The Chicago Bulls have reportedly narrowed their list of potential draftees to three players: center Dwight Howard, shooting guard Jimmy Butler and guard Jimmy Evans.
The Bulls have a few holes to fill on their roster and are hoping to add some young talent as they look to compete for the Western Conference crown.
The Chicago Tribune’s Sam Amick reported the Bulls had narrowed their roster to three possible players, and the report comes a day after the Bulls drafted point guard Anthony Bennett with the No. 1 pick.
The Bulls then signed Butler to a four-year, $96 million contract with the Chicago Sun-Times, and signed Evans, a 6-foot-9 guard from Tennessee, to a three-year contract.
All three players are big-time prospects.
Howard and Butler are considered by many to be the best prospects in this year’s draft class, while Evans is the favorite for the No: 1 overall pick.
The report does not specify which of the three players the Bulls will select.