Complete Chicago Bulls Player Power Rankings After Season’s First Month

November 27th, 2015 by Kelly Scaletta Leave a reply »
The Chicago Bulls wrap up the first month of the season with a 9-4 record, the fourth-best mark in the NBA. What that says about the team is hard to say.

While they’re winning their games, they have an average margin of victory of just 1.4, which is only the eighth-best in the Eastern Conference. But that is a bit skewed.

The Bulls lost an overtime game by nine to the Minnesota Timberwolves, and they lost a game by 12 to the Golden State Warriors, which they were within three with less than two minutes remaining. And while the Bulls lost badly to Charlotte, they’ve also beaten Oklahoma City, Cleveland and Indiana.

They’ve been the league’s fifth-worst offense, according to, but they’ve been the sixth-best defense as well, which is weird for a team that supposedly exchanged defense for offense.

In short, they’ve looked like exactly what they are: a deep and talented—yet flawed—team trying to learn a new system and growing in the process.

The players are ranked here with the bench first, and then the starters, though you could make a good argument that some of the reser ...

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