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Chicago Bulls Players Featured On ESPN’s NBA Top 100 List


The NBA season is correct across the corner. That said, it is time to start out rating teams and rating players. ESPN has released its top 100 NBA players. The initial list highlights players from 100 through 26. 

There are 4 Chicago Bulls players who made ESPN’s list. That may probably be it in total. Zach LaVine, who is mostly considered the Bulls’ best player and future, is ranked 27. Though, that won’t a foul thing. LaVine did nevertheless move up six spots from last season’s list. 

DeMar DeRozan also moved up from last season’s list. DeRozan was ranked forty fifth on ESPN’s list and now he appears at 28. DeRozan was in MVP consideration last season, his first with the Bulls. It’s nice to see as a Bulls fan, two players in the highest 30. 

Now, the opposite two on the list fell quite a bit. Lonzo Ball fell 21 spots. He’s now ranked 78 and entering last season he was ranked 57. The explanation for this was likely not his play on the court, but his availability. Ball only appeared in 35 games for the Bulls last 12 months as a consequence of injury. It has also been rumored he won’t be able to go firstly of the 2022-23 season either.  

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Nikola Vucevic is the opposite Bull who fell on ESPN’s rankings. Vucevic had a down 12 months in 2021-22. At times he struggled to seek out his place within the offense. He struggled mightily from three-point range, but he was still an efficient player. He is available in at 57. Last season he was ranked 39. 

4 of 5 Bulls starters are featured in the highest 100. That is a really well-balanced team heading into the 2022-23 season. Nevertheless, it’s a bit concerning that they are going to not have a player in the highest 25. Who knows? Possibly because the season plays out, one in all the players on this list can ascend to the highest 25 in response to ESPN. 

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