Bulls DEPTH CHART
46-36 • 6th in EASTERN CONFERENCE
The Bulls selected 19-year-old Patrick Williams as the fourth overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft. While the 6-foot-7 power forward has served as a starter for first-year Bulls head coach Billy Donovan to start the season, he was slated to take a role as the team's Sixth Man this year eventually.
Instead, Williams started the first 50 games that he played. While they both have made double digit starts, Thaddeus Young and Tomas Satoransky have played the most key minutes off the bench for Chicago as their sixth men.
Chicago's most significant development in this season's starting five comes in the form of second-year point guard Coby White taking over as the team's starter at the one spot. First-year Bulls head coach Billy Donovan likes what he sees from White and has decided to hand the reins of the offense to the seventh overall pick of the 2019 NBA Draft.
First-time All-Star Zach LaVine joins White in Chicago's new-look backcourt. Rookie Patrick Williams combines with contract-year stud Lauri Markkanen to fill the team's starting forward roles. Second-year big man Wendell Carter Jr. retains the Bulls' starting center position.