2 Bulls players that should be All-Star starters

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DeMar DeRozan, Chicago Bulls

DeMar DeRozan, Chicago Bulls. Mandatory Credit: Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

It might not take too long for fans of the Chicago Bulls to figure out who we’re talking about in this regard. But on this night, the Bulls will figure out if they will have a starter in the All-Star Game for the first time since 2017 when star shooting guard/small forward Jimmy Butler represented the team.

In fact, the only All-Star the Bulls had representing their team since Butler was a starter in 2017 came last year with star shooting guard Zach LaVine. The former UCLA Bruin got his first career All-Star nod last year after having the best season of his career to date.

There are multiple candidates that the Bulls have to be All-Star selections this season. But one of them that could’ve at least come close to getting an All-Star nod this season recently had his candidacy derailed by a knee injury.

Who could be All-Star starters this year for the Chicago Bulls?

It would be a longshot for point guard Lonzo Ball to get his first-career All-Star nod this year. But Lonzo’s numbers definitely make him at least worthy of consideration to get his first-career All-Star nod had various injuries and the league’s health and safety protocol not derailed his momentum on the court in the last month or so.

Granted, there are still a few other Bulls players that could represent this team in the All-Star Weekend festivities next month. And there are even a couple of Bulls players to watch that could be starters for one of the two All-Star teams.

Here’s a look into two Bulls players that could be All-Star starters next month, as this group is set to be announced on the night of Jan. 27.

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