The Bulls won't be playing for a summer-league championship, but a pair of Bulls earned summer-league honors Sunday.
Tony Snell and Doug McDermott were both named to the All-NBA Summer League First Team following some terrific performances in the exhibition event.
Snell averaged 20 points per game, four rebounds per game and 2.8 assists per game, a strong summer league highlighted by scoring performances of 27 against the Clippers and 23 against the Nuggets.
McDermott made headlines with his performance, averaging 18 points a game, including scoring outputs of 31 and 20 points.
The Bulls won their first three games, earning the top seed in the summer-league tournament, but their undefeated summer-league run came to an end Saturday in a loss to the Kings.
Glen Rice Jr. of the Wizards was named summer-league MVP and also landed on the All-NBA Summer League First Team, as did fellow Wizard Otto Porter and the Rockets' Donatas Motiejunas.