Wednesday, February 8 2023

Chicago Bulls rookie Dalen Terry reached double figures in scoring for the fourth time this season in the NBA G League Saturday on assignment with the Windy City Bulls.

Terry produced 11 points, six rebounds, one assist and one blocked shot in a 99-94 loss to the Sioux Falls Skyforce. He went 3-of-9 from the field and 3-of-3 from the free-throw line in nearly 31 minutes of work as Windy City dropped to 5-2.

The 18th pick struggled a bit to shoot in the contest after missing all four of his 3-point attempts. However, he had some strong takes down low in the paint that showed his ability to finish through contact.

The appearance by Terry was his fourth in the G League with playing time at a premium in Chicago. He has totaled just 29 minutes across nine games with the parent team in mostly mop-up duty with several players ahead of him on the depth chart.

Terry has even asked the team to play in the G League to get consistent minutes and stay sharp on the court. He is now averaging 14.3 points, seven rebounds, five assists and one steal on 51.2% shooting from the field in 31.5 minutes.

The opportunity to play with Windy City will give him a great chance to continue the transition to the NBA and work on his overall game. He is showing in spurts why the team took him in the first round as he could eventually develop into a rotation player.

Related

Bulls’ Dalen Terry looking to bring energy, effort off bench

Bulls’ Dalen Terry nearly dropped 60 points at CrawsOver Pro-Am

Bulls’ DeMar DeRozan explains what he likes most about Ayo Dosunmu

List

Rookie Power Rankings: Paolo Banchero, Bennedict Mathurin pace the class

Story originally appeared on Rookie Wire

Source: Yahoo Sports

Previous

a Spectacular Goal from Nashville Predators vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

Next

Islanders fall 5-2 to Stars after surrendering three third-period goals

Check Also

Pro Sports Media

Trending Now

Patrick Mahomes is Chiefs’ trick-play engineer. Here’s how they come together

Henry McKenna AFC East Reporter PHOENIX — Saturday is always strange for the Kansas City Chiefs. But in the best way. They hold a walkthrough practice to prepare for their game on Sunday. And Patrick Mahomes‘ voice croaks across the practice field. He’s got another idea. A wild one. An idea just silly enough for the explosive […]

Read More

Mavericks vs. Clippers prediction, odds, line, spread: 2023 NBA picks, Feb. 8 best bets from proven model

USATSI The Dallas Mavericks (29-26) and the Los Angeles Clippers (31-26) square off in a Western Conference bout on Wednesday night. Dallas has won three of its past four outings, beating the Utah Jazz 124-111 on Feb. 6. Likewise, Los Angeles is on a two-game win streak. On Monday, the Clippers traveled to Barclays Center […]

Read More

WATCH: Lakers fans boo President Joe Biden on jumbotron

Watch Los Angeles Lakers fans boo President Joe Biden on Crypto.com Arena’s jumbotron during his State of the Union address on Tuesday night. In the Lakers’ 133-130 loss against the Oklahoma City Thunder, LeBron James also became the NBA’s all-time leading scorer. This was especially fascinating, considering California is a democrat state. Politics aside, America’s […]

Read More