Which potential undrafted free agent signings left on the market could be really good targets for the Chicago Bulls heading into Training Camp?
Hitting the undrafted free agent market is going to be a potent way for the Chicago Bulls to add depth and competition to the young core by way of the G-League, and namely in Training Camp. Newly hired executive vice president of basketball operations Arturas Karnisovas and general manager Marc Eversley already got a solid undrafted free agent signing in the former Kansas Jayhawks star sophomore point guard Devon Dotson.
The Bulls had an interesting draft. They had a pick that was widely regarded as the biggest reach of any in the top 10 in the 2020 NBA Draft, with the fourth selection of the former Florida State Seminoles freshman forward and the reigning ACC Sixth Man of the Year Patrick Williams. They also picked the KK Mega Bemax 6-foot-11 and 215 pound big man Marko Simonovic 44th overall in the second round of the draft.
This does still leave the potential for the Bulls to fill out the rest of the roster for Training Camp with a few undrafted free agent signings. Since the Bulls don’t have the usual Las Vegas Summer League evaluation process for any former undrafted free agents they have interest in, Training Camp will become an even more important time to narrow down the 15-man roster.
At the moment, the Bulls do still have both two-way contract slots open and are only looking to bring back two of their four impending free agent guards. So how could they fill out the rest of the roster heading into Training Camp, which begins Dec. 1?
Here’s a look at three remaining undrafted free agent targets that the Bulls could potentially scout further.