Chicago Bulls Fans, Let’s Discuss Your Current Condition

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Apr 18, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bulls forward Tony Snell (20) drives against Milwaukee Bucks guard

O.J. Mayo

(00) during the second quarter in game one of the first round of the 2015 NBA Playoffs at United Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

Subject: Tony Snell

Optimist:

  • Tony Snell has shown flashes of being an elite shooter as well as an elite athlete.
  • He has the length and athleticism to be a lock-down defender and a soft enough touch to be a three-point sniper.
  • Now that Thibodeu’s personality is out of the way Snell can remain confident throughout an entire season.

Pessimist:

  • Tony Snell does not have the mentality to succeed at this level.
  • Confidence is half the battle and Snell barely has any.
  • Sure he can shoot at times and he is also athletic but in high pressure situations last season he consistently turned the ball over as well as botched defensive assignments.
  • The Bulls will be fortunate if Snell can become a reliable rotation player.