The Bulls used their final pick in the 2016 NBA Draft on German small forward Paul Zipser.
The 6-foot-8 forward originally entered his name in the 2015 draft before withdrawing, going back to his home country to play for Bayern Munich. He also played for Germany's Eurobasket team in 2015, which included NBA'ers Dirk Nowitzki and Dennis Schroder.
In 25 German League games, the 22-year-old Zipser averaged 7.8 points, 3.9 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 0.6 steals in 18.1 minutes.
Zipser projects as a small forward who could be used in a power forward role in a small-ball lineup. His versatility is in his defense, where he shows solid instincts and good lateral quickness.
Zipser's selection at No. 48 followed the Bulls' selection of Michigan State wing Denzel Valentine with the No. 14 pick.
The Bulls were rumored to have had discussions with the Celtics and Timberwolves early in the draft, with the intention of trading for Providence's Kris Dunn.