Oh wait, that was last year.
Yes, it's days like these that make me long for the "Summer of LeBron." As melodramatic, over the top, cheesy and ridiculous as last summer was, the anticipation and excitement that the historic free agency period brought simply wasn't going to be matched this summer. Throw in a weak draft class and a couple of late first round picks, and this summer is looking like a snooze for the Bulls.
But as Lee Corso overly says, "Not so fast my friend."
While the additions the Bulls make this offseason won't be of the sexy variety (unless a certain "Big Sexy" is re-signed) there is still the opportunity to acquire a quality rotational player with either the 28th or 30th picks overall in the first round.
Similarly, as when the Bulls possessed the 16th and 26th picks in the 2009 draft, the chances are the Bulls will acquire one solid role player and one really good karate kid. The deeper in the draft, the more the crap shoot.
The Bulls seem intent on keeping both first round picks and have held draft workouts of up to 30 players.
Not having the luxury of having their pick of the lot, much of the Bulls' success in this draft will be determined by 28 other teams who draft ahead of them.
With that in mind here's the best 15 prospects for the Chicago Bulls.