• Even though the Bulls are hellbent on maintaining their fringe playoff status, that doesn’t mean their players’ dynasty values stayed the same as well. Which players saw their stock rise or fall this past year? As a reminder, you can check our dynasty evaluation criteria here.

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    Dynasty Risers

    Coby White (55-80)

    White made huge strides in his usage, time on the court, and assist rate, even becoming a finalist for Most Improved Player. While doing this, he maintained his efficiency and turnovers. This allowed White to be a solid contributor of points, threes, and assists. The lack of stats such as blocks, steals, and FG% impact hold his dynasty value down, but there’s no doubt White has solidified himself. Even with the uncertainty of DeMar DeRozan and Zach LaVine, White should be good enough to produce usable numbers ahead of his prime years.

    Alex Caruso (155-185)

    Caruso’s rise isn’t just a factor of being able to stay on the court and play nearly 30 minutes per game, although that certainly helps. The more salient point is Caruso becoming a more respectable shooter from deep. That, along with good health, allowed Caruso to see the court in a greater capacity and provide more than just defensive stats.


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