The Chicago Bulls selected Tony Snell out of New Mexico tonight with the 20th pick in the NBA Draft. Snell will mean they will have nine players under contract. Expect Chicago to add probably two more at some point during free agency; which begins tomorrow.
“It’s crazy I’m going to the Bulls. I watched Jordan play my whole life. I watched Derrick Rose. I can’t wait to play with him,” Tony Snell told the media at the Berto Center via phone Thursday night.
Snell played with the San Antonio Spurs’ forward, and human being with giant hands Kawhi Leonard in high school.
“Both of us know about hard work,” Snell said.
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