Former Chicago Bulls players as “Fast & Furious” characters

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The “Fast & Furious” film franchise has a full team of awesome characters. Here’s how former Chicago Bulls players compare to those characters.

As far as film franchises go, the “Fast & Furious” series is elite. The first movie is primarily about street racing and some low-stakes heists (they steal DVD players), and as the movies progress, the same characters are involved in helping to save the world from evil supervillains. It’s quite a progression.

The best part about the “Fast & Furious” franchise is the characters. They have a way of drawing you in no matter how ridiculous the action scenes are or how silly the plot is. The characters are magnetic. Even when they’re conducting highly illegal activities, you can’t help but cheer for them.

The current group of Chicago Bulls players does not have that same level of magnetism. They struggle to put together wins, and most importantly, they have no identity — the exact opposite of the characters from the “Fast & Furious” series. All of those characters live by a code. No matter what happens, family is the most important thing. Maybe the Bulls need to find a code to live by.

Since the current group of Bulls isn’t all that fun to talk about, let’s focus on some fan-favorite former Bulls, and let’s compare them to characters from the “Fast & Furious” franchise.

Some important rules:

  • No character is off-limits.
  • Players currently on the Bulls’ roster will not be considered (even the fun ones like Zach LaVine and Coby White).

That’s it. Those are the only rules. Let’s get after it.

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