The Chicago Bulls took Tony Snell with their first round pick, the 20th overall. Snell shoots well off the catch-and-shoot and has decent athleticism. He also has quality size for the two-guard position.
Snell shot 39% from beyond the arc in his junior season, averaging 12.5 ppg, 2.6 rpg and 2.9 apg. He got to the free throw line an average of 2.9 times a game, leading some scouts to believe he will have to be a pure spot-up shooter at the pro level.
With their second round selection (49th overall), the Bulls drafted University of Florida forward Erik Murphy. Murphy is best known for his outside shooting he shot 45.3% from three-point range last year as a junior, and averaged 12.2 points per game.