Who was the worst Chicago Bulls NBA draft choice since the year of 2000?
Besides Derrick Rose, who was the top pick in the 2008 draft, which draft selection has been their best?
Did the Bulls get it right in the 2013 NBA draft? If their recent history selecting players provides any sort of sign, the answer will be a resounding yes.
It usually takes years for NBA players to develop into stars and solid role players. Judging them solely on "upside" and "value" can be problematic at best—there are some sure bets in the draft, just as there are some mind-numbing choices.
The Bulls have had their fair share of both.
Players such as Rose were can’t miss stars. You have seen the results–Rookie of the Year honors, multiple playoff appearances and an MVP award. Rose is an exceptional talent, who despite being a year removed from knee surgery, will only get better.
He has become the Bulls’ best draft pick since 2000, yet he does not make the list. Rose is an obvious No. 1 selection who does not require much of a thought.
He is too easy of a choice.
With Rose’s exclusion, which players were the top-5 best Bulls’ draft picks since 2000 and who were the worst?