2010 NBA Draft: A Look at Two Guards for the Chicago Bulls

April 27th, 2010 by John Hatelak Leave a reply »
It's time to start looking to the future.

It's not as long of a wait for the draft like in the NFL. It's right after the season. So it's not too early to take a peek into another source to build a better team.

There are some interesting names out there even though the Chicago Bulls don't pick till 17th, overall.


Da'Sean Butler, West Virginia

He's a two guard/three forward hybrid who I love, but is coming off major reconstructive knee surgery. He's seemingly everything the Bulls need. He's smart, a great shooter, has good size, not afraid to take the clutch shot, he even has a post game! 

But he tore his ACL.

He may be worth the pick, maybe even as a trade down, to pick up another pick, because he's getting a second round grade. If he checks out medically, as far as having sound structure to his knee after surgery, I'd love this kid. Anyone who saw him play knows he'd fit like a glove with the Bulls.  


Manny Harris, Michigan

Great athlete, who has a good drive game, and can play in the open court. He's a strong rebounder too. He can als ...

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