Can you make the ultimate Chicago-born NBA team?
We're giving you 12 points to put together a five-man unit. And remember: We're only counting what these players did once they got to the NBA.
Derrick Rose, Simeon: The youngest MVP in NBA history averaged 21.0 points and 6.8 assists through the first four years of his career before crippling knee injuries haulted a Hall of Fame career.
Anthony Davis, Prospectives: The five-time All-Star keeps getting better. He's been named First Team All-NBA the last two seasons, averaging 28.1 points, 11.4 rebounds and 2.4 blocks per game in that span. It's a matter of when, not if, he wins MVP.
Isiah Thomas, St. Joseph: A 12-time All-Star, a two-time NBA champion and a thorn in Michael Jordan's side, Thomas was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2000 after averaging 19.2 points and 9.3 assists in 13 seasons.
Dwyane Wade, Richards: Flash will go down as one of the game's all-time great shooting guards. In 12 straight All-Star seasons he averaged 24.2 points, 5.9 assists and 1.7 steals, won three titles and won gold at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Mark Aguirre, Westinghouse: A scoring machine with the Mavericks who averaged 24.6 points and was named to three All-Star teams in eight seasons. He then went on to win two titles with the Bad Boy Pistons.
Hersey Hawkins, Westinghouse: The sharpshooting guard averaged 14.7 points over 13 NBA seasons and ranks in the top-60 all-time in 3-point field goal percentage (39.4%).
Tim Hardaway, Carver: The five-time All-Star and five-time All-NBA guard averaged 17.7 points, 8.2 assists and 1.6 steals in 13 NBA seasons.
Terry Cummings, Carver: In his first 10 NBA seasons Cummings averaged 21.3 points, 8.7 rebounds and was named to a pair of All-Star Games, twice with the Bucks.
Juwan Howard, Vocational: He played a 19-year career, but in the first 10 years he averaged 17.8 points, 7.4 rebounds and 3.0 assists and was named to an All-Star Game in his second year.
Antoine Walker, Mt. Carmel: Walker was a 20-point per game scorer in eight seasons with the Celtics and then was a key cog off the bench in helping Dwyane Wade and the Heat to a title in 2006.
Kendall Gill, Rich Central: Our very own averaged 13.4 points over a 15-year NBA career and led the NBA in steals (2.7) in 1999 with the Nets.
Doc Rivers, Proviso East: In eight seasons with the Hawks, Rivers averaged 13.0 points and 6.8 assists and was named an All-Star in 1988.
Jabari Parker, Simeon: Two torn ACLs have slowed his progression, but Parker has averaged 15.3 points on 49.0 perent shooting in four NBA seasons and will now suit up for his hometown team.
Tony Allen, Crane: Don't let his paltry offensive numbers fool you; Allen was three times named First Team All-NBA Defense, and three other times named Second Team All-NBA Defense.
Nick Anderson, Simeon: The sharpshooter of the Magic in the 90s, Anderson averaged 2.1 3-pointers per game on 37.7% shooting from 1995 to 1999.
Corey Maggette, Fenwick: The scoring machine averaged 16.0 points on 45 percent shooting over a 14-year NBA career.
Patrick Beverley, Marshall: The pesky defender has proven to be a solid off-ball shooter as well, connecting on 37.6% of his 3-point attempts in six NBA seasons.
Eddy Curry, Thornwood: Curry led the NBA in field goal percentage in 2003 and averaged 12.9 points in 11 NBA seasons. He won a ring with the Heat in 2012 despite not playing a single postseason game (and just 14 regular season games).
Nazr Mohammed, Kenwood: The NBA journeyman played for eight different teams, averaging 5.8 points and 4.7 rebounds. His infamous shove of LeBron James in the 2013 Playoffs will go down in Bulls lore.
Jahlil Okafor, Whitney Young: He averaged 17.5 points and 7.0 rebounds as a rookie but has since fallen out of favor, bouncing around to three different teams in the span of a year.