Point guard will certainly be a concern for the Chicago Bulls this offseason. The team should be without star Derrick Rose for most of next season, and backup C.J. Watson also might not back, with the Bulls holding a $3.2 million team option. It stands to reason Chicago would want to add depth at the position. In a new mock draft by Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports, the Bulls are projected to select Kansas point guard Tyshawn Taylor.
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Taylor is one of the top-rated seniors in this year's class. He was also one of the biggest reasons the Jayhawks reached the Final Four. The guard averaged a career-high 16.6 points per game last season, while also posting career-highs in assists (4.8) and steals (52).
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