Darius Garland, Coby White, Jarrett Culver and Cam Reddish are players to watch at No. 7.
Chat Room: When it comes to interviews, RoLo can be entertaining, snarky and thoughtful.
It’s no secret this front office has struggled when it comes pulling in big-name free agents.
Perhaps if his spotlight-seeking father weren’t a factor, a trade would be more palatable. Or if Lonzo were a better shooter. One or the other negative. But not both.
Not only did the Bulls fail to win the right to draft Duke's Zion Williamson, they free-fell to seventh in the lottery, a huge disappointment.
There was no bigger winner than the NBA itself on Tuesday, as the Association may have made tanking an extinct practice moving forward.
Williamson instantly would’ve brought as much excitement to this town as any first-round draft pick on any team, ever. But how about that Coby White!
The NBA draft lottery came and went on Tuesday, as did the dreams of Bulls fans landing either Zion Williamson or Ja Morant. So now what? Pax answers.
The 2019 NBA Draft will be held June 20 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
The flattened draft-lottery odds weren't kind to the Bulls on Tuesday. They will have the No. 7 overall pick for the third consecutive year.
The Bulls will have the No. 7 overall pick again after falling in the 2019 NBA Draft Lottery.
One lucky team will come away with the No. 1 overall pick – and the chance to draft Zion Williamson – on Tuesday night.
Because of some seemingly meaningless March victories, the Bulls are sitting with the fourth-worst record. Will it cost them Tuesday night?
The lottery, Kawhi Leonard's buzzer beater, the 76ers' fall, John Beilein's new job in Cleveland, LeBron's next coach(es) ... it's always something.
But dreaming big shouldn’t be limited to Williamson and the first overall pick. He’s not the only player who could help the Bulls turn the corner.