Thursday, December 2 2021

NBA.com’s annual GM survey provides a wide lens into how the league views each other from both a player and team prospective.

On Tuesday, the 2021-22 GM survey was released and after an eventful offseason, the Chicago Bulls were voted as the most improved team, receiving 27% of the vote.

The Bulls added the likes of Lonzo Ball, DeMar DeRozan, and Alex Caruso to a roster led by All-Star Zach LaVine.

Lonzo Ball also received 10% of the vote for the most underrated player acquisition.

With these additions, Chicago looks to supplant themselves in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff picture after missing the postseason last go-around.

Check out the full survey here.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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