Chicago is looking to make it back-to-back seasons with the most wins in the NBA regular season, but injuries and inconsistent scoring cost the team last year and an early exit from this year's playoffs could happen if Derrick Rose doesn't regain his health before the end of the year.
This year's draft is one of the deepest in recent memories and though the Bulls have received some good play from Richard Hamilton, adding a shooting guard is the top priority for this team this summer and the draft is likely their best option.
The latest mock draft from Bleacher Report has Chicago taking international player Evan Fournier from France. Chicago has enough skilled players on their roster to take a chance on the 19-year-old. At 6'6", the youngster has good size and his recent play in the European Under 20 Championships has scouts excited.
The biggest concern with this selection is that Fournier could decide to stay in Europe, but the Bulls could take a gamble on a top 15 talent late in the first round and it is a move that could pay big dividends in the future for one of the top teams in the NBA.