NBA Draft 2010: James Anderson Should Be The Chicago Bulls No.17 Pick

June 21st, 2010 by Dustin Brown Leave a reply »
James Anderson: shooting guard, 6'6", 210 pounds, out of Oklahoma State University.

Ever since the departure of Ben Gordon, former fourth overall pick, the Chicago Bulls have been lacking the one shooter to sink threes and shoot outside of the paint with consistency.

Players such as Derrick Rose, Luol Deng, and Taj Gibson, are guys who play up-close and personal, opposed to Gordon's game of cranking shots away from everyone else.

It's a trait the Bulls dearly missed this season and need to reattain.

James Anderson can not only repair that hole, but can do so with extra versatility.

While Gordon was three inches shorter than Anderson, he never really drove to the basket or changed things up. James Anderson, however, has shown he can get the job done with dynamic style.

Last season, the Bulls were the third worst team when it came to three-point shooting, with a .330 percentage.

Anderson, in his three years at OSU, would have ranked second alone with a .376 three-point percentage.

That's already an improvement, with more on the way.

In 2010, the Bulls ranked twenty-fourth in po ...

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