Richard Hamilton scored 16 points in the Bulls' 114-101 victory over the Clippers Friday night. But while he may not be completely comfortable with his teammates, one thing's for sure; He's happy to be in sweet home Chicago. "I love it because that's what it's supposed to be," Hamilton said about title expectations in the Windy City, according to ProBasketballTalk. "When I was in Detroit, my first seven or eight years, we won every night. It was all about winning. To get the opportunity to get back in that groove, that's home for me."And what better home than Chicago? Hamilton gets to share the court with Derrick Rose, who even on the road has fans chanting "MVP." Hamilton may not be as efficient as he was five years ago but he's quickly getting his groove back with his new teammates. "I think guys are learning my game," he said. "I'm learning theirs." It's still early, but are you happy with Hamilton's play so far? Is he on target with the Bulls becoming a playoff contender and his title expectations?
The 2017 NBA Draft is less than 24 hours away.
It's inevitable that Markelle Fultz will be taken with the first overall pick by the Philadelpha 76ers, which they acquired via trade from the Boston Celtics for the No. 3 pick.
But what will happen after that?
With all the chaos that's been swirling around Jimmy Butler, could the Bulls end up with a top five draft pick? Time will certainly tell, and soon.
CSN's Mark Strotman and Scott Phillips break down the Top 5 draft prospects, one of which who could be a future Bull.
Check it out in the video above.
As part of our coverage leading up to the 2017 NBA Draft we will provide profiles of more than 30 of the draft's top prospects.
Frank Ntilikina, PG, France
6'5" | 170 lbs. | 18 years old
5.3 points, 2.3 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 0.7 steals