The Bulls finalized their Summer League roster on Thursday. Here's a quick background on each of the 11 players.
Rasheed Sulaimon, G: The 6-foot-4 shooting guard played a year at Maryland following his dismissal from Duke. In his senior season he averaged 11.3 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists for the Terrapins, who advanced to the Sweet 16. He went undrafted in the 2016 NBA Draft.
Jerian Grant, G: A first-round selection by the Knicks, Grant made his way to the Bulls in the deal that sent Derrick Rose to the Knicks. Grant will get all the run he can handle in Las Vegas as the team's starting point guard, and it will help him to learn the offense with Fred Hoiberg in the huddle. Grant had a quiet rookie year, notably in his struggles from the field. He shot just 39 percent in Summer League as a rookie, but should find more success playing alongside Bobby Portis, Cristiano Felicio and Denzel Valentine.
Bobby Portis, F: The Bulls' 2015 first-round pick showed potential in his rookie season, averaging 7.0 points and 5.4 rebounds in 17.8 minutes. He's slated for a bigger role in his second season following the departures of Pau Gasol and Joakim Noah. He was impressive in last year's Summer League, averaging 14.5 points and 8.7 rebounds. He also shot 42 percent from deep, and the Bulls could be looking for him to make an impact from beyond the arc in his sophomore season.
Cristiano Felicio, C: No Bull looked more impressive down the stretch than Felicio, who averaged 11.5 points on 66 percent shooting and 6.5 rebounds. That stretch included an impressive 16-point outing in a win over the eventual champion Cavaliers. He's in line for more minutes behind Robin Lopez as the Bulls overhaul their frontcourt, and the progression he shows could be the most important takeaway from the Bulls' Summer League outings.
Patrick Miller, G: The Chicago native who played for Hales Fransiscan had an excellent career at Middle Tennessee State, averaging 23.7 points in his senior season. He went undrafted and spent a year in Turkey. He played for the D-League's Texas Legends a year ago, averaging 11.5 points and 4.1 assists. The 6-foot-1 point guard shot 48 percent from the field.
Tre Demps, G: Northwestern's leading scorer a year ago, the senior Demps connected on 2.6 triples per game at a 33.2 percent clip. He went undrafted in the 2016 NBA Draft.
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Raymar Morgan, F: The former Michigan State product has bounced around leagues overseas, making stops in Israel (three times), Turkey, Germany (twice) and Greece since 2010. In Germany last season, the 6-foot-8 forward averaged 15.5 points, 6.7 rebounds and shot 55 percent in 45 games for Ratiopharm Ulm.
Dez Wells, G: An honorable mention All-American in 2015, Wells went undrafted and spent last season playing with Oklahoma City's D-League team. In 24 games (21 starts), Wells averaged 12.7 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.7 assists. He struggled from the field, shooting just 43 percent, and had nearly as many turnovers (43) as he did assists (46).
Denzel Valentine, G: The Bulls' first-round draft pick will see plenty of playing time in Las Vegas. Though the Bulls signed Rajon Rondo and Dwyane Wade to help overhaul the backcourt, Valentine's 3-point capabilities will help a backcourt void of outside shooting. He's one of six guards on the team, and it will be interesting to watch how much Fred Hoiberg allows the Michigan State guard to run the offense.
Jack Cooley, F: The Evanston native who played for Glenbrook South went undrafted in 2013 after a successful career at Notre Dame. He bounced around a number of Summer League teams in 2013 and 2014 before signing a pair of 10-day contracts with the Jazz in 2015. He wound up appearing in 16 games with the Jazz. He was waived at the end of the year and played last season in Spain. He holds the NBA D-League record for rebounds in a game (29), which he accomplished in 2015.
Sandi Marcius, C: The 6-foot-10 center spent three seasons at Purdue and transferred to DePaul for his senior year. He played in Croatia two years ago and spent last year in Spain, averaging 14.9 points and 9.3 rebounds for Sammic ISB.