Draft Picks

Chicago Bulls Draft Picks

2003: Kirk Hinrich (7th overall), Mario Austin (36th overall), Matt Bonner (45th overall) – traded to Toronto, and Tommy Smith (53rd overall).

2004: Ben Gordon (3rd overall), Jackson Vroman (31st overall) – traded to Phoenix and Chris Duhon (36th overall).

2005: The Bulls had no draft picks in the 2005 NBA Draft due to previous trades.

2006: LaMarcus Aldridge (2nd overall) – traded to Portland and Rodney Carney (16th overall) – traded to Philadelphia.

2007: Joakim Noah (9th overall), Aaron Gray (49th overall) and JamesOn Curry (51st overall).

2008: Derrick Rose (1st overall) and Sonny Weems (39th overall) – traded to Denver.

2009: James Johnson (16th overall) and Taj Gibson (26th overall).

2010: Kévin Séraphin (17th overall) – traded to Washington.

2011: Selected Norris Cole (28th overall) – traded to Minnesota, Jimmy Butler (30th overall) and Malcolm Lee (43rd overall) – traded to Minnesota.

2012: Drafted Marquis Teague (29th overall).

2013: Drafted Tony Snell (20th overall) and Erik Murphy (49th overall).

2014: Drafted Jusuf Nurkic (16th overall) – traded to Denver, Gary Harris (19th overall) – traded to Denver and Cameron Bairstow (49th overall).

2015: Drafted Bobby Portis (22nd overall).

2016: Denzel Valentine (14th overall) and Paul Zipser (48th overall).

2017: Justin Patton (16th overall) – traded to Minnesota and Jordan Bell (38th overall) – traded to Golden State.

Chicago Bulls Draft Day Trades

2003: Matt Bonner was traded to Toronto for a future second-round pick.

2004: The Bulls acquired the draft rights to Luol Deng (7th overall) from Phoenix in exchange for a Bulls future conditional first-round pick, the draft rights to Jackson Vroman, and an undisclosed amount of cash.

2006: The Bulls acquired the draft rights to Tyrus Thomas (4th overall) and Viktor Khryapa from Portland in exchange for the draft rights to LaMarcus Aldridge and a future second-round pick. Also acquired the draft rights to Thabo Sefolosha (13th overall) from Philadelphia in exchange for the draft rights to Rodney Carney, a 2007 second-round draft pick, and cash considerations.

2008: In a three-team trade, Chicago acquired the draft rights to Ömer Aşık (36th overall) from Portland, the Trail Blazers acquired a second-round draft pick in 2009 from Denver and two future second-round draft picks from Chicago, and Denver acquired the draft rights to Sonny Weems from Chicago.

2010: Traded Kirk Hinrich, the draft rights to Kévin Séraphin and cash considerations to Washington, in exchange for the draft rights to Vladimir Veremeenko (selected 48th overall in 2006 NBA Draft). Chicago also received a trade exception from Washington.

2011: Acquired the draft rights to Nikola Mirotic (23rd overall) from Minnesota in exchange for the draft rights to Norris Cole, the draft rights to Malcolm Lee and cash considerations.

2014: Traded the draft rights to Gary Harris, the draft rights to Jusuf Nurkic and a 2015 second-round draft pick to the Denver Nuggets for the draft rights to Doug McDermott (11th overall) and Anthony Randolph.

2017: Traded Jimmy Butler and the draft rights to Justin Patton to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Kris Dunn, Zach LaVine and the draft rights to Lauri Markkanen (7th overall). Traded the draft rights to Jordan Bell (38th overall) to the Golden State Warriors for $3.5M cash.

Future Draft Pick Details

2018: Chicago’s 2018 second-round pick will be sent to Oklahoma City.

2019: Chicago’s 2019 second-round pick will be sent to the Los Angeles Lakers.