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Even though Chicago is ranked 23rd in the league in bench points per game, they still have a lot of talent not in the starting lineup.
Nate Robinson is averaging 12.1 points in just under 24 minutes per game. He's one of the few Bulls that can create his own shots and he's shooting over 40 percent from three-point land.
Taj Gibson is the best big man on the Bulls that comes off the bench. Besides his powerful dunking, he's strong at defending the paint and plays with infectious energy.
The biggest surprise for the Bulls this season has been the emergence of second-year forward Jimmy Butler. Butler is a guy that is solid in several aspects, including his efficient shooting and being able to defend several positions. His minutes have increased recently, and he's scored at least nine points in 13 of his last 14 games.
Marco Belinelli is one of the best pure shooters on the roster. Even though his shooting percentages haven't been great this season, he is currently averaging 14 points per game in the month of February.
The Bulls have four players that can make a big impact coming off the bench, and that's not even including Kirk Hinrich, who will be the backup point guard when Derrick Rose comes back.