The Chicago Bulls haven’t had a lot of success recently, but they’ve sure had some fun players. Here are the 10 most fun Bulls of the last decade.
At the start of the 2010s, the Chicago Bulls were contenders. Then, they went through a phase where they were simply an average team. Then, they shifted into a rebuilding stage, which is where they still sit as we start a new decade.
Even though the Bulls haven’t been consistently fun as a team, they’ve had a nice stretch of fun individual players on the roster. Let’s try to decide who the most fun Bulls of the 2010s were.
When determining how fun a player is, there are three primary questions that need to be asked.
- Were they fun because they were capable of producing highlight-reel plays on a nightly basis?
- Were they fun because they simply won ball games?
- Were they fun for some random, almost unexplainable reason that you just had to experience to understand?
There are more things that go into how fun a player is, but those are the three questions that will have the biggest impact on my rankings.
Honorable mention: Coby White
I really wanted to include Coby White in the top 10 most fun Bulls of the 2010s, but I just couldn’t do it. It’s not that he isn’t fun — because he is — but he barely spent any time in the NBA during the 2010s. He had three months of NBA basketball in that decade.
In 10 years, when we’re thinking about fun Bulls from the 2020s, White will likely be a guy we think of, but right now, he just doesn’t have enough NBA action under his belt.