2021-22 Chicago Bulls Stats | ClutchPoints




HEAD COACH: Billy Donovan
VENUE: United Center - 1901 W Madison Street, Chicago, IL 60612
CAPACITY: 20,917
Bulls Stats Per Game
D. DeRozan SF232335.19.318.8.4950.82.5.3288.516.3.521.5176.87.6.8970.
L. Ball PG232334.74.510.9.4143.07.0.4291.53.9.389.5520.30.3.7500.
Z. LaVine SG232334.79.319.2.4882.97.4.3886.511.8.550.5623.84.4.8710.
A. Caruso PG22529.
N. Vucevic C161633.16.314.5.4311.64.5.3614.610.0.463.4871.11.8.6431.
J. Green SG231220.
A. Dosunmu SG22015.
D. Jones SF19016.
T. Bradley C17713.
C. White PG9117.
T. Brown SF1409.
P. Williams PF5525.
A. Johnson PF1307.
M. Thomas SG704.
D. Dotson PG206.
T. Cook PF1012.
Team Total2341.087.1.47510.929.3.29730.257.9.558.52216.519.7.7658.934.
Bulls Stats, Total
D. DeRozan SF2323808214432.4951958.328195374.521.517157175.89715106121952294752604
L. Ball PG2323799104251.41469161.4293590.389.55268.7501810111911240195360283
Z. LaVine SG2323799215441.48866170.388149271.550.56288101.8719112121871286134584
A. Caruso PG22565063143.4412165.3234278.538.5144249.857216485945093461189
N. Vucevic C1616529100232.4312672.36174160.463.4871828.643291461756516172739244
J. Green SG23124744897.4951026.3853871.535.5461824.750356398161981645124
A. Dosunmu SG22034850107.4671638.4213469.493.542711.63610334318931630123
D. Jones SF1903184776.618415.2674361.705.6452530.833243963101116943123
T. Bradley C1772222952.55800.0002952.558.55845.8002546717110122562
C. White PG911582263.349731.2261532.469.40547.57112223121181555
T. Brown SF1401332044.455821.3811223.522.54524.5004192363041050
P. Williams PF551251323.56536.5001017.588.63044.000110113322933
A. Johnson PF130971221.57101.0001220.600.57135.60013173083061227
M. Thomas SG7030416.25017.14339.333.28100.000022011019
D. Dotson PG201313.33302.00011.000.33300.000055300122
T. Cook PF101223.66700.00023.667.66722.000022200116
Team Total239442004.475250673.2976941331.558.522380453.7652057879925381911032974392518

Top chicago bulls Stats Questions

Who Is The Best Bulls Player?

Chicago currently has a number of bright young prospects on its squad. However, Zach LaVine stands out as their best player. At 25, the 6-foot-5 guard/forward has established himself as the Bulls' cornerstone superstar as one of the league’s top young guards.

A testament to this fact is LaVine's first-ever call-up to the All-Star squad this season. It was a much-deserved nod, with LaVine averaging 28.6 points (on 51.8 percent from the field), 5.4 rebounds, 5.1 assists, and 1.1 steals over the first 30 games of the 2020-21 season. LaVine has also been lights out from distance, draining 3.4 triples per game on a highly-efficient 41.4-percent clip. For a bit of reference, the last time an All-Star emerged from Chicago was back in 2017 when Jimmy Butler made the team.

LaVine's current contract will last through the end of the 2021-22 season. At the moment, he is pocketing $19.5 million a year. This is a figure that will take a significant bump once he signs a new deal. Unless the Bulls front office decides that LaVine is no longer part of the team's plans for the future -- something that seems unlikely at this point -- then he should be in line for a massive extension soon.