2010 NBA Draft: Top Three Prospects for the Chicago Bulls at Pick 17

June 23rd, 2010 by Josh Herman Leave a reply »
With the pending free agency of the King quickly approaching, it's been easy for everyone in the basketball world to look past the NBA draft. However, with only a day to go before the event, it seems that "mock drafts" and "lottery picks" have become hot topics. For the Chicago Bulls, whose 2008 draft was one of the biggest events in the team's history, free agency has been all the talk. Still, they have the 17th overall pick this season, and with only six players set to return next season, whomever they pick will probably see considerable playing time. The problem with this season's draft is that while the Bulls may be in need for a true center (to back up up-and-comer Joakim Noah), the cream of the crop will probably already be selected. Any team in the middle of this year's draft will more than likely be looking at a crop of shooting guards that range from defensive specialists to sharp-shooters. And even though the Bulls may try to look at a big man, a true shooting guard would be a pretty good addition (unless they go that route via free agency). Either way, here's a look at the top three prospects that the team should consider with the 17th overall pick.Begin Slideshow

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