Chicago Bulls: Power ranking the top seven bench guys

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2. Wayne Selden

Wayne Selden has been a bright spot for the Chicago Bulls this season. He came over in a trade between the Bulls and the Memphis Grizzlies that saw Justin Holiday head to Memphis in exchange for Selden, MarShon Brooks and two second-round picks.

It was nice to see the Bulls get two picks in this deal, but Wayne Selden was the real prize of the trade.

Selden is a young wing who has shown flashes of greatness on both the offensive and defensive ends of the court. He can guard multiple positions, shoot the three and attack the basket. In his 30 games with the Bulls, Selden is averaging a respectable 7.5 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game.

Wayne Selden is undoubtedly the Bulls best reserve wing and it would serve them well to make him a long-term member of the team – as long as they don’t overpay him.