Rondae Hollins-Jefferson (Arizona, SF) averaged 11.2 points and 6.8 rebounds per game this season for Arizona. On a team filled with offensive talent, Hollins-Jefferson really shined on the defensive end. With already a stellar defensive core in place for the Bulls, RHJ would provide tremendous defensive help alongside Jimmy Butler (Assuming he re-signs). Now I don’t want to get carried away, but Jimmy could possibly get to sit a couple minutes against the Cavs with a solid defender like RHJ willing and able to give LeBron some problems. The Bulls do still lack in scoring, so going with a defensive mind in this draft could be risky. RHJ’s offensive skills are not completely polished and there is most certainly room for improvement, but the idea of coming in and giving the Bulls some help on the defensive end right away is for sure worth exploring even with the lack of scoring.
Other possible names that have been thrown into the mix:
RJ Hunter (PG/SG Georgia State)
Justin Anderson (SG Virginia)
Gar Forman and John Paxson trade Noah, this years 1st round pick and next years to the Sixers and then draft D’angelo Russell. Rose Russell Jimmy Taj Pau =Rings. Also in this fantasy we sign D-Wade and he comes in and wins 6th man of the year. Niko contributes off the bench and McDermott actually plays a role in the offense. Hoiberg wins coach of the year and Rose and Jimmy share the MVP.