The Bulls didn't have any ping pong balls in Tuesday's NBA Draft Lottery, but the results could have major implications for their plans this summer.
The Boston Celtics, who have shown interest in Bulls All-Star swingman Jimmy Butler in the past, won the lottery and will pick first in the 2017 NBA Draft. Would Celtics President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge revisit that scenario and consider dealing the No. 1 pick in a package for Butler?
CSN's Mark Schanowski joined In The Loop on Tuesday night to discuss that possibility and also examine who could be available for the Bulls at No. 16.
Check out the full video above and listen to the latest Bulls Talk Podcast in which Schanowski and company analyze the top draft prospects.