Power ranking Chicago Bulls players through the first 30 games

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4. Tomas Satoransky

Previous ranking: 4

Tomas Satoransky is one of the most underrated guys the Bulls have had on their roster in a long time. He doesn’t put up jaw-dropping numbers, but he provides the Bulls with a calming, stable hand when he’s on the court.

Even though Sato has started all 30 games for the Bulls, he’s only averaged 27.6 minutes per game. That number needs to increase. He leads the team in assists, shoots a smooth three-ball, scores around the rim and makes smart decisions. Also, at 6-foot-7, he gives the Bulls some much-needed length on the perimeter.

Satoransky is coming off one of his best games as a Bull, tallying an efficient 17 points, seven rebounds and six assists against his former team, the Washington Wizards. That’s right where the Bulls need him to be. They need him to score the ball, control the game and rebound at a high clip.