Summer League Pre-Gamin’: Bulls vs. 76ers (6:00 CT) – Rosters, Broadcast Info, What to Watch For, Thread

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Summer League Pre-Gamin’: Bulls vs. 76ers (6:00 CT) – Rosters, Broadcast Info, What to Watch For, Thread

Chicago Bulls

The Bulls will look for their third-straight blowout victory to cap off a successful Summer League.

Go for 40, Dalen!

Broadcast Info

Bulls vs. 76ers at Thomas at Mac Center in Las Vegas – 6:00 p.m. CT on ESPN2

Chicago Bulls Roster

Philadelphia 76ers Roster

  • Isaiah Joe (G)
  • Trevelin Queen (G)
  • Julian Champagnie (F)
  • Jaden Springer (G)
  • Charlie Brown Jr. (G)
  • Justin Smith (F)
  • Charles Bassey (C)
  • Grant Riller (G)
  • Cassius Winston (G)
  • Malik Ellison (G)
  • Tyler Bey (F)
  • Filip Petrusev (F)
  • Myles Powell (G)
  • Aminu Mohammed (G)
  • Michael Foster Jr. (F)
  • Paul Reed (F)
  • Fred Sims Jr. (G)

What to Watch For …

  • For a roster full of players looking to find an NBA home, this will be the last Summer League contest to make an impression. With that in mind, I’ll be curious to see whether or not head coach John Bryant gives some extended run to the guys not named Dalen Terry, Marko Simonovic, Malcolm Hill, and Justin Lewis. Carlik Jones and Makur Maker could be two of the biggest names to keep an eye on, as both have had some strong performances over the past two games. Perhaps they can even do enough to lock in a training camp/preseason invite from the Bulls.
  • Dalen Terry has only improved over the course of the past four games. The rookie has looked far more comfortable in his off-ball scoring role, and his defensive intensity has been exactly what we would’ve expected after watching him at Arizona. The hope now is Terry can simply finish his first taste of Summer League as confident as he’s looked the past few games. And perhaps he can also flash a little bit more of his off-the-dribble shotmaking, which is an area we know he needs to improve.
  • Marko Simonovic could benefit from one final big night. After his surprising 27-point, 13-rebound debut against the Dallas Mavericks, Simonovic harshly fell back down to earth against the more formidable size of the Knicks. He did bounce back decently well over the past couple of games, but giving the front office one last look at his improved physicality/interior presence would be the ideal way to walk into training camp this fall.
  • More in here …

Author: Elias Schuster

Elias Schuster is the Lead Bulls Writer at Bleacher Nation. You can follow him on Twitter @Schuster_Elias.