Welcome to a new series everybody! This time we're kicking off with what are, in my opinion, the most underrated Bulls players of all time.
For number 10 I decided to go with Brad Miller. He played a total of 4 seasons for Chicago at very different times in his career, starting off with them from the 2000-01 season to the season after that and then from 2008-10. In his 4 seasons, he averaged a serviceable 10 points, 6.6 rebounds and 2.1 assists on a solid 44.6% (my bad messed that up in the picture) shooting from the field in 25.8 minutes per game. A lot of people forget that Miller played for the Bulls when they first started to become an elite team in the late 2000s. He was a key bench piece that was levelheaded and could do pretty much anything on the court. A lot of Bulls fans will never forget the clutch three pointer he hit against the Celtics in game 6 of the 2009 playoffs and rightfully so. Although he wasn't elite, he was the perfect big man off the bench for the Bulls and was versatile in the fact that he could play the 4 or the 5. Brad was certainly an overlooked player in my opinon.
-2x All-Star ( 2003 and 2004-not with the Bulls)
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