The Bulls' NBA Draft big board, as voted on by you

The Bulls' NBA Draft big board, as voted on by you

The Bulls will find out where they're picking Tuesday night at the NBA Draft Lottery in Chicago.

They can pick anywhere from 1st to 8th, though there's just a 2.2 percent chance four teams jump them and they get the No. 8 pick.

So we asked you, the fans, to rank your top seven prospects heading into the Lottery. Here's how you voted:

1. Zion Williamson, PF, Duke
2. Ja Morant, PG, Murray State
3. R.J. Barrett, SG, Duke
4. Darius Garland, PG, Vanderbilt
5. Cam Reddish, SF, Duke
6. Jarrett Culver, SG, Texas Tech
7. Coby White, PG, North Carolina

A few things jump out at how you voted. It's no surprise that Zion Williamson, Ja Morant and R.J. Barrett lead the way. Williamson is a generational talent and the best pro prospect since Anthony Davis in 2011. Morant is a consensus top-3 pick and is an obvious fit in Chicago given the Bulls' need at point guard. While Barrett isn't all that efficient, he's a clear-cut top-3 prospect with plenty of upside.

After that, the need for point guard pushed Garland up to No. 4 on your big board. He only played in five games at Vanderbilt but is a five-star point guard with a knack for scoring and playmaking. Reddish had an ugly freshman season at Duke but entered Durham last fall rated higher than even Williamson by most recruiting services. Culver led the Red Raiders to the NCAA Championship Game and projects as an excellent two-way guard who is a jump shot away from being the steal of the draft. White is more of a scorer than a distributor but excels in transition and would give the Bulls another offensive threat.

2019 NBA Draft Preview Show: How to watch online and on the MyTeams app

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2019 NBA Draft Preview Show: How to watch online and on the MyTeams app

 It's the moment Bulls fans have been waiting for all season, NBA Draft day. Unfortunately the Bulls don't have a top-four pick like they were hoping for, picking at seventh for the third consecutive season.

But the last couple of No. 7 picks have worked out well for the Bulls so optimism is abundant.

Ahead of the draft, NBC Sports collected some of the best basketball minds from around the country to look ahead to draft in the NBA Draft Preview Show, which will stream exclusively in the MyTeams App in two parts at 11 a.m. CT and at 2 p.m. CT.

NBC Sports' national basketball insider Tom Haberstroh will host and lead the discussions, including with our own Bulls pregame host Mark Schanowski. Fans can submit questions on social media using the hashtag #NBADraftNBC.

Here's how you can watch NBC Sports' NBA Draft Preview Show online:

DATE: Thursday, June 20, 2019
TIME: 11 a.m. CT / 2 p.m. CT
WHERE: MyTeams App

Then after the draft, your Bulls Postgame crew will go live at 10:30 p.m. CT from the Advocate Center to break down the draft and hear from John Paxson. The Bulls Outsiders

Here is how and when to watch post-Draft coverage

Bulls Draft Special: 10:30 p.m. CT
Bulls Outsiders: 11 p.m. CT
WHERE: MyTeams App

Then on Monday, June 24, NBC Sports Chicago will stream the Bulls introductory press conference at 2 p.m. CT in the MyTeams App.

And if you want a crash course in 2019 Bulls draft discussion, from analysis on who to pick in the first and second round, it's all in one convenient spot right here.

Click here to download the new MyTeams App by NBC Sports! Receive comprehensive coverage of your teams and stream the Bulls easily on your device.

Bulls Talk Podcast: Darnell Mayberry’s prediction for the Bulls draft


Bulls Talk Podcast: Darnell Mayberry’s prediction for the Bulls draft

On this edition of the Bulls Talk podcast, Mark Schanowski and Kendall Gill are joined by Darnell Mayberry.

0:45       On chances Bulls trade up to 4 or 5

2:00       On Darius Garland and why Kendall thinks he could be better than Ja Morant

2:50       What would be the cost of moving up to 5?

4:00       On Bulls need at point guard- draft or free agency?

4:45       Odds that Coby White falls to the Bulls at 7. Darnell has concerns with White’s skill set

7:35       Will the Celtics surprise everyone and move into the top 5?

8:30       Trade scenarios involving the Pelicans

10:25    Assuming no trades, who do Bulls take at 7?

13:25    Concerns over Cam Reddish’s motor

15:30    On Jazz trade for Mike Conley, price too high?

17:50    On Bulls potential interest in Ricky Rubio (Kendall has a different veteran free agent idea….)

20:20    Darnell predicts that Derrick Rose joins LeBron and the Lakers

21:10    On Bulls interest in Malcolm Brogdon

Listen to the full podcast here or via the embedded player below:

Bulls Talk Podcast