Coby White

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  • Coby White
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Coby White lit up the scoreboard with 29 points (10-of-14 from the field), six 3-pointers, and six rebounds on Thursday as the Bulls won 111-93.

    Tomas Satoransky was quiet in front of White, and White took full advantage of his 23 minutes. He has been incredibly exciting for a Bulls team that has needed a spark and this is a great upside play with huge long-term potential, especially if the Bulls can clear out some of the glut of bodies in their backcourt (read: Kris Dunn)

  • Tomas Satoransky
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Tomas Satoransky had a solid performance against the Raptors backups on Sunday, scoring 12 points on 4-of-5 shooting, hitting three 3-pointers, along with four assists and three rebounds.

    Satoransky had an efficient night as the Bulls' starters had there way vs. the Raptors' bench. Coby White was also productive with 18 points (4-of-12 3-pointers), and Kris Dunn did a little bit of everything with five points, four assists, four rebounds and two steals. Everyone had a decent night with the Raptors resting their starters.

  • Coby White
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    In 30 minutes on Friday, Coby White accumulated 24 points, eight rebounds, four threes and a steal as the Bulls fell to the Pacers.

    The Bulls rested a lot of regular rotation pieces and White took full advantage launching 22 shots. White should start the year coming off the bench but it's clear the Bulls are hoping he takes over the point guard position in the future.

  • Shaquille Harrison
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Shaquille Harrison (hamstring) missed another practice on Thursday.

    Harrison's hamstring injury seems to be more serious than that of teammate Chandler Hutchison as he was able to participate in portions of practice. Continue to monitor Harrison's status as training camp continues for the next couple of weeks. The Bulls' next game is on Friday so it is unlikely that Harrison will play. With the new additions of Tomas Satoransky and Coby White, Harrison might have trouble finding the court when the regular season arrives.

    Source: Mike McGraw on Twitter

  • Coby White
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Coby White debuted Monday in a Bulls' loss to the Bucks in which he put up 12 points (3-for-10 FGs, 5-for-8 FTs), two rebounds, one assist, one steal, one 3-pointer and two turnovers in 25 minutes off the bench.

    White should get a lot of preseason minutes as the Bulls let him gain experience. However, he's likely the third point guard right now and is not worth drafting in standard fantasy leagues. The other Bulls rookie, Daniel Gafford, got off to a good start with 12 points, five rebounds and three blocks in 18 minutes tonight. He's also looking at an uphill climb for minutes.

  • Coby White
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Speaking on the radio on Thursday, John Paxson said that "Coby [White] can learn at his own pace."

    White, the Bulls' top draft pick, has had some great games and some ugly games at Summer League, and even Paxson acknowledged some issues with decision-making as White adjusts to the speed of the NBA. It's looking more and more likely that White will be a backup in his first season, and the Bulls seem prepared to let him develop as quickly or as slowly as he needs to. His redraft stock is on the downslope.

    Source: Cody Westerlund on Twitter

  • Coby White
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Coby White put up 11 points, seven rebounds, five assists, a steal and a 3-pointer on Wednesday night but shot 4-of-17 to get there.

    White is shaping up as the backup point guard this season (assuming the Bulls get rid of Kris Dunn), which throws some cold water on his redraft outlook. He is clearly the long-term plan at the position, however, which means that White is shaping up as a top pick in dynasty formats. It's been a mixed bag so far this summer for White, with strong games right next to woeful shooting performances.

  • Coby White
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Coby White logged 30 minutes on Monday and rang up 25 points on 8-of-19 shooting with four rebounds, three assists, two 3-pointers and two steals.

    White is expected to be backing up Tomas Satoransky at the point this season. However, if he continues to improve and finds ways to commit fewer turnovers (five in this game), he could establish a timeshare situation, capping both their upsides in fantasy.

  • Coby White
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Coby White put up 15 points on 7-of-16 shooting with six rebounds and five assists in a loss to the Cavs on Sunday.

    White, the 7th pick in the 2019 NBA Draft, will likely be handed the keys to the Bulls’ offense from day one. However, he had seven turnovers in this one and will have to learn to take better care of the ball before he becomes an effective playmaker. He also missed all four of his attempts from beyond the arc. White will have a roller-coaster rookie year from the Summer League to the regular season.

  • Coby White
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Coby White went 6-for-18 from the field en route to his 17-point performance in a win vs. the Lakers on Friday.

    He added three boards, three dimes and two steals, but missed all seven shot attempts from deep and was not hot from the line with 5-of-7 shooting. White will have his ups and downs this season but is expected to be handed the reins and the starting PG job from the get-go.

  • Coby White
    G, Chicago Bulls

    The Bulls want to play at a higher pace with Coby White this season.

    The Bulls are already talking about dual-PG lineups featuring White and Kris Dunn, and they're hoping that having two natural ball-handlers will help the team get out and run beyond the boost they'll get from White's speed. Spacing could be an issue in those groups, however, and despite insistence that the team still believes in Dunn their comments during the season make it fairly clear that White is the long-term answer here. Both players might play enough to leave neither with fantasy value, and it would be unwise to treat White as more than a late flier in redraft leagues at this point. We'll reevaluate after Summer League and preseason.

    Source: Chicago Tribune

  • Coby White
    PG/SG, Chicago Bulls

    The Bulls selected combo guard Coby White with the No. 7 pick in the 2019 NBA Draft.

    The Bulls haven't really been high on Kris Dunn and this is the next shoe to drop. If Dunn sticks around then White looks to be a good bet for 22-26 mpg this season but the Bulls wouldn't shock anybody by trying to accelerate that timetable. White will struggle with efficiency and he's going to need to be given rope to steal the ball, as well as deal with playing next to Zach LaVine, who wants the rock in his hands. White probably gets overdrafted and starts the offseason off as late-round flier pick.

  • Coby White
    G, College

    Coby White worked out for the Knicks on Thursday.

    White’s draft stock is on the rise, and he’s worked out for a number of teams picking between Nos. 3 and 9. It would be a major upset if he ended up being taken at No. 3, though the fact that the Knicks have worked out White and Darius Garland on the eve of the draft does raise some eyebrows. It’s been said that New York is locked in on R.J. Barrett with the third pick, but perhaps they’re getting their house in order should a team want to trade into that slot.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Coby White
    G, College

    Coby White and Nassir Little are scheduled to work out with the Wizards on Monday.

    White’s name is particularly interesting, as most mock drafts have him off the board before Washington selects at No. 9. It would only take one or two surprises to put White within their reach, however, so it could be some due diligence mixed with wishful thinking. The Wizards should be going with the best player available strategy, but it is worth noting that White is a 6’5″ guard and Little is a 6’6″ forward given how the Wizards currently have most of their salary tied up in the backcourt.

    Source: Washington Wizards on Twitter

  • Coby White
    G, College

    According to K.C. Johnson, Coby White received a draft promise from a team in the lottery and multiple league executives believe it was from the Suns or Lakers.

    Johnson noted that it’s believed the promise was from a team before the Bulls, who are selecting seventh. With Ja Morant likely to go second to the Grizzlies, White and Darius Garland are the next to point guards on draft boards. The Bulls are looking to add a point guard and Kris Dunn’s trade value has vanished. If they miss out on both Garland and White, they could look to add a point guard in free agency or in a trade. The Bulls have been reported to have interest in Lonzo Ball, but a straight trade with the Lakers is unlikely to happen.

    Source: K.C. Johnson on Chicago Tribune