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Chicago Bulls draft Tony Snell

“Going into the draft, the Bulls had two glaring needs: A perimeter shooter and a backup big man to give Joakim Noah a rest and fill the role that Omer Asik played before last season. With many mock drafts predicting the Bulls would opt for Duke power forward Mason Plumlee, the Bulls opted for the wing player in Snell. Rookies don’t play much under Tom Thibodeau (see Jimmy Butler and Marquis Teague), but Snell has the potential to give the Bulls an option behind Luol Deng and Butler.”

Read the Full Story on ESPN: http://espn.go.com/blog/chicago/bulls/post/_/id/14477/rapid-reaction-bulls-draft-tony-snell

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