Chicago Bulls' biggest draft needs and best prospects to fill them with 11th pick

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The Chicago Bulls had an uneventful Draft Lottery, as it went to scratch, and they landed the 11th pick for which they had the greatest odds. 

It’s not the worst-case scenario in a draft class with so many unknowns, and the Bulls can still find a talented player who helps one of their biggest weaknesses.

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So here are the Bulls’ three biggest offseason needs and the best prospects to address them with the 11th pick. 

Point guard: Isaiah Collier 

If the Bulls go into next season counting on Lonzo Ball for anything, then they need to have their heads checked. 

Even if Ball were healthy, he only has a year left on his deal, so the Bulls need to find a playmaker of the future either way. 

Collier is a strong 200+lb. point guard who can get to his spots for his own shot or to set up teammates. He’s going to be a project, as he makes a ton of dumb turnovers and isn’t a great shooter, but he does something the Bulls need, which is attack the lane. 

He has a little Jalen Brunson vibe, which is a good thing, as he can get into the paint and finish from weird angles and plays with some swagger. He’d be a nice complement to Coby White and could either play behind Lonzo next season or start depending on Ball’s health. 

Collier may not be the most exciting prospect, but many consider him the best point guard in the draft, so if he fell to the Bulls, they’d have to consider him.  

But the Bulls have other needs.