Chicago Bulls: Re-drafting the 2016 NBA Draft three-and-a-half years later

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Who do the Chicago Bulls select in the second round?

There’s a number of ways that the Chicago Bulls could go with their second round pick in the 2016 NBA Draft. In hindsight, the list of undrafted free agents is likely to be where the Bulls would draw from. This list of potential second round re-draft players for the Bulls were either undrafted or selected after the 48th pick in the 2016 draft.

Dorian Finney-Smith, Small Forward

The Dallas Mavericks are seeing a nice breakthrough in a limited role off the bench this season from the former Florida Gators wing Dorian Finney-Smith. The 6-foot-7 DFS would fill a positional need for the Bulls and contribute on both ends of the floor off the bench. He’s averaging 8.8 points per game, 5.2 rebounds, and 1.3 assists this season. DFS was originally undrafted out of Florida.

Alex Caruso, Guard

A solid role player for the Lakers behind a dynamic starting five this season, the former Texas A&M Aggies 25-year-old point guard Alex Caruso is still a valuable piece. He originally went undrafted out of Texas A&M and would be a good floor spacer for the Bulls off the bench. He’s a career 37.7 percent three-point shooter.

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Bryn Forbes, Shooting Guard

Although he is an undersized shooting guard for the Spurs, the former Michigan State 6-foot-2 defensive standout Bryn Forbes is filling a very valuable role in San Antonio. Forbes is a good defensive guard that can also space the floor a bit when he gets open looks. He’s about a career 40 percent three-point shooter and has three career defensive win shares.

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