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

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Shooting: Dalton Knecht and Rob Dillingham 

There is a good chance that neither of these guys will be on the board by the time the Chicago Bulls use their 11th pick, but both would fill a huge need. 

The Bulls were just 20th in the league this season in 3-point percentage and 26th in 3-pointers made per game, so they could use a long-range shooter to help open up the court. 

Knecht knocked down just under 40 percent of his 6.5 attempts from long range per game and showed in the NCAA Tournament that he has the big game gene. At 6-foot-6, he has good size for a shooting guard and at age 23, he should be able to contribute right away. He’s a classic high floor/low ceiling pick, as his shooting is going to play in the NBA but there are question marks about his defense and athleticism. 

Dillingham is unlikely to fall this far, and there are questions around his size (6-foot-2, 170lbs) and his ultimate fit with Coby White, as he is not a true point guard but more of a scoring combo guard who can play on or off the ball. 

What Dillingham can do is shoot the 3-ball, as he hit an outstanding 44.4 percent from 3-point range on 4.5 attempts per game in his lone season at Kentucky. 

Even though neither of these guys are perfect fits for the Bulls, if one of them falls, they’ll have to consider adding a shooter.