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Bulls workout Jonny Flynn

I love Flynn but I wouldn't spend 16 on a backup point guard. This only makes sense if we plan on losing Hinrich and BG and continue to run Vinny's 3 guard line-up, which is fast but makes for mismatches on D.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/chi-27-bullsmay27,0,7905594.story

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Grab a back-up PG in the 2nd Round

I can't see them getting Jonny Flynn. It could happen, but I would rather see them trade up and grab DeJuan Blair. They could always trade one of their veterans like Hinrich (Why? besides money) or Tim Thomas ,even, for a late to middle 1st Round Pick or 2nd Round Pick and grab a back-up PG. Players like Collison, Douglas, A.J. Price and McNeal (who I really like) will all be there for the taking in Round 2.

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Hopefully it’s enough to get

Hopefully it’s enough to get him a roster spot. There’s not a whole lot more he can do to make the team. The stats have been strong, the team has a need for an extra center, and he’s got a perfect attitude and work ethic. Houston’s roster is a bit of a mess, but Smith would be a nice addition.

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I sort of like Jonny Flynn

I sort of like Jonny Flynn but I don't think it'd good to draft him with all the guards we got already, They have so many ways they can go and there is no way to know if they are drafting for someone else or themselves. Plus, They could always have players in workouts just to use as a measuring stick, for other prospects. No way to know.

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