Ranking every BIG3 former Chicago Bulls basketball player

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2. Nate Robinson

Team: Tri-State

The electric and notable 5-foot-9 well-known former Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson is a top personality in the BIG3. He’s entering his second season in the league, which came with his current team Tri-State. Robinson also spent one season with the Bulls, where he played in all 82 games.

In his first season in the BIG3 with Tri-State, Robinson posted more than 10.0 points per game, 2.4 rebounds, and 1.9 assists. He also minimized the turnovers he had in the process. Robinson is up this high on the list since he’s such a noteworthy name in the BIG3 and he continues to get better in this competition.

1. Carlos Boozer

Team: Ghost

Some of the best seasons that the former Duke Blue Devils star big man and NBA All-Star Carlos Boozer had came with the Bulls. Boozer and former Bulls superstar point guard Derrick Rose were two of the best that former head coach Tom Thibodeau had to offer when this team was at the top of the Eastern Conference.

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Boozer is still a top talent in the BIG3, but Ghost just didn’t make it that far during the 2018 campaign. He was also an MVP contender last season, when he registered nearly 10 rebounds per game, and ranked second in the league, and ranked third in the league in field goals, with 48.