4. Jimmy Butler
Jimmy Butler’s time in Chicago didn’t end the way Bulls fans imagined it would after he took the leap into stardom. But nonetheless, he’ll go down in history as a fan favorite.
Not only was it fun to watch Butler during his three consecutive All-Star trips, but it was awe-inspiring to watch him go from a defensive-minded plug-and-play role player to a bona fide superstar. It doesn’t get much better than that.
3. Zach LaVine
The fun that Zach LaVine brings to the court is more of a highlight style of fun, not a winning style of fun. But hey — fun is fun!
LaVine’s ability to rise above the rim time and time again (even when you don’t expect it) coupled with his microwave-level hot shooting is really the only thing that keeps Bulls fans tuning in when the team is this bad, and that’s pretty special. Can you imagine how boring this team would be to watch without LaVine on the floor?