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Bulls selecting..16 ... 26 ...

I've heard Bulls could consider taking Mullens at 16. And drafting Luke of Notre Dame - a long time Bulls fan - at 26. It's interesting because Mullens just don't present good finishing ability around the rim, but he puts Tyrus Thomas on the fences. As we know, if you're a Bulls tuner, Tyrus has bad finishing ability and his jump-shot is inconsistent. Mullens eradicates both problems with his skill-set. Now many of you keep saying draft Blair - the undersized guy with bad knees. Hey, why not get the guy whom is better than Blair at 26. Harangody posted 27 points and grabbed 14 rebounds against Blair this year. He's a Chicago guy and will be on the board at 26th. He comes from a rich program and is more tougher than Blair.


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His jumper is better than

His jumper is better than Blair and he averaged more points and one less rebound than him.

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Life without ben gordon???

I think the bulls need to start thinking about life without ben gordon and possibly draft a poor man's replica in Jeff Teague if still available at 16

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Tyrus Thomas hasn't even

Tyrus Thomas hasn't even come close to reaching his peak yet. Mullens will NEVER be near as good as Tyrus. No way do the Bulls draft Harangody at 26. Dude Harangody is not tougher than Blair...sorry. Harangody is a 2nd round pick if he even stays in the draft. Mullens will NEVER be better than Noah either. Picking Mullens & Harangody would be an absolute disaster.

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I agree with Gatorheels.

I agree with Gatorheels. Harangody is a great college player with limited pro potential. He should stay in school. He might be drafted late second if at all. No Mullens. No Blair! Ellinton and Hansborough would make me happy. Psych T's stock seems to be rising, but my fingers are crossed.

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For Pittsbull

My turn on Carolina. We've seen enough of Pittsburgh : )

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We have this topic already

Check the Bulls Forum and Bulls on draft Day. Why repeat ourselves?

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Carolina...bad idea.

By the way, Carolina kids lately are a bad idea. Stick with the toughness of PITT.

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Point to some examples of

Point to some examples of Pitt players who have flourished in the NBA. I could rattle off some Tarheels, but we would run out of space.

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Haha yeah don't even get me

Haha yeah don't even get me started on Tarheels that have had success in the NBA. Seriously though I think Blair, Sam Young, Ellington, & Hansbrough would all be good fits and help the Bulls.

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