Where could the Chicago Bulls start seeking out underrated ideas for their second round pick in the 2020 NBA Draft, from the college ranks?
The NCAA Tournament has almost arrived and the Chicago Bulls should be attentively watching to start configuring a strategy ahead of the 2020 NBA Draft. The Bulls hold a record of 21-40 through their first 60 games and likely could end up with the seventh overall pick in the draft for the fourth year in a row.
Although the Bulls looked pretty good in their shocking 109-107 win at home at the United Center over star guard Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks on March 2, they won’t hold that level of success for the remainder of the regular season. The Bulls could show more of their flaws when they take on the Minnesota Timberwolves on March 4.
Since the Bulls are going to get a spot in the 2020 NBA Draft Lottery once again, they need to know what their strategy will be this year. There’s a lot of key dates approaching to configure that aforementioned strategy for the 2020 NBA Draft. It all starts with the conference tournaments and the NCAA Tournament. March Madness has officially arrived.
The Bulls also need to be looking beyond the 2020 NBA Draft Lottery to figure out where they’re going from here on out. They picked up the former Arkansas Razorbacks big man Daniel Gafford in the 2019 NBA Draft in the second round. That wound up being a steal. The Bulls also nabbed a nice piece in the first round of the 2019 draft with the former North Carolina Tar Heels point guard Coby White.
Here’s a look into the three most underrated 2020 NBA Draft prospects to watch for the Chicago Bulls just ahead of the start of the NCAA Tournament.