2020-21 Chicago Bulls Roster | ClutchPoints



15-17 • 10th in EASTERN CONFERENCE

HEAD COACH: Billy Donovan
VENUE: United Center - 1901 W Madison Street, Chicago, IL 60612
CAPACITY: 20,917
Adam Mokoka
G22N/A6' 4"190 lbsN/A
Chandler Hutchison
F-G24$2,332,3206' 6"210 lbsBOISE STATE
Coby White
G21$5,307,1206' 5"195 lbsNORTH CAROLINA
Cristiano Felicio
F-C28$8,156,5006' 11"270 lbsN/A
Daniel Gafford
F-C22$898,3106' 10"234 lbsARKANSAS
Denzel Valentine
G27$3,377,5696' 4"220 lbsMICHIGAN STATE
Garrett Temple
G-F34$4,767,0006' 5"195 lbsLSU
Lauri Markkanen
F-C23$5,300,4007' 0"240 lbsARIZONA
Luke Kornet
F-C25$2,195,1227' 2"250 lbsVANDERBILT
Otto Porter
F27$27,250,5766' 8"198 lbsGEORGETOWN
Patrick Williams
F19N/A6' 7"215 lbsFLORIDA STATE
Ryan Arcidiacono
G26$3,000,0006' 3"195 lbsVILLANOVA
Thaddeus Young
F32$12,900,0006' 8"235 lbsGEORGIA TECH
Tomas Satoransky
G29$10,000,0006' 7"210 lbsN/A
Wendell Carter
C-F21$5,201,4006' 10"270 lbsDUKE
Zach LaVine
G-F25$19,500,0006' 5"200 lbsUCLA
TOTAL Bulls SALARY: $110,186,317
Bulls SALARY CAP: $115,000,000
Current Bulls Roster Status

The Chicago Bulls didn't make too many changes to their squad in the offseason. Their most significant addition came in the form of fourth overall pick Patrick Williams, a highly-promising 6-foot-8 power forward who spent one season with Florida State last year. He joins Chicago's young core of Coby White, Wendell Carter Jr., Lauri Markkanen, and Zach LaVine.

Kris Dunn, who signed with the Atlanta Hawks as a free agent, is Chicago's most notable loss during the offseason.

It is worth noting that Otto Porter Jr. exercised his $28.5 million player option for 2020-21 -- a no-brainer given the uncertainty brought about by the coronavirus pandemic -- so he'll remain in Chicago for at least another year.

Similarly, it's going to be a very interesting year for Markkanen, who himself is in the final year of his rookie-scale deal. The 7-foot power forward managed just four games for the Bulls last term in what was an injury-plagued year for him. Markkanen is expected to have a big season for the Bulls in 2020-21.

Chicago also parted ways with Jim Boylen, bringing on former Oklahoma City Thunder shot-caller Billy Donovan on a four-year deal as the team's new head coach. Donovan joins the Bulls with a 243-157 win-loss record in five years with the Thunder. The 55-year-old very impressively coached OKC to an improbable playoff run last season, and Chicago is hoping that he can work his magic with the Bulls, who themselves are currently on a three-year postseason drought.