Compared to teams like the Portland Trail Blazers or Houston Rockets, the Chicago Bulls seem to have had a very quiet draft. Possessing only one pick, the 29th overall, the Bulls were not in a position to overhaul their roster or bring in a game-changing talent.
Still, the team was able to make an impact by selecting Marquis Teague, the freshman point guard who helped Kentucky to a national championship. Teague was one of the most talented players available when Chicago was selecting, but there is plenty about his game that must continue to improve.
In a draft light on elite point guard prospects, the Bulls took a chance on an athletically gifted prospect who should be able to provide some decent minutes off the bench for Tom Thibodeau.
Here I've broken down the good and bad of the pick, as well as assigned a final grade. Let's take a look...