By Dave Daniels @AllDave_AllDay on May 24, 2014
The Chicago Bulls are going to have plenty of options in this summer's draft, and in this slideshow we will list the five most likely options for them at pick number nineteen. Most of these players come from squads with championship experience or coaching, and the ones that do not have their own special qualities that they bring to the court.
He is the best pure shooter in the draft, and he will have quite a long pro career. I do not know if he will ever be an All Star, but he could be a rotation player on any of the teams left in the NBA playoffs currently. The Bulls would be lucky to have him, because he is a high character guy.
The former Duke Blue Devil knows what it is like to play off of a quality NBA superstar, because he has already played with Jabari Parker. Hood will be able to play many roles at the next level, and for the Bulls he would most likely come off the bench.
I was lucky enough to see Ennis play in high school, and this is a young player who is fearless. He would be a phenomenal backup for Derrick Rose, and he could also play off the ball at times for the Bulls. There are folks who question his quickness, and to them I would say that they do not know fluidity when they see it.
Payne is a Chicago talent originally, and so he would fit right in with the Bulls' culture. Tom Izzo certainly loved having Payne on his team, and the fans of Chicago would be sure to welcome him with open arms. He might get picked a bit earlier than this, but the Bulls could still luck into him.
Who knows what Napier could have done on a full stomach at the Final Four? He would be more of a scoring guard off the bench for the Bulls, but he would be a fantastic fit none the less. The coaching situation is still up in the air, but I think that Napier could carve out a starting spot for himself without a doubt.
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