Left to Right: (front row): Scottie Pippen, Ronald Dupree, Kendall Gill, Kirk Hinrich, Jamal Crawford, Jannero Pargo, Eddie Robinson. (middle row): Linton Johnson III, Marcus Fizer, Antonio Davis, Eddy Curry, Tyson Chandler, Paul Shirley, Jerome Williams, Chris Jefferies. (back row): Equipment Manager John Ligmanowski, Assistant Athletic Trainer Eric Waters, Head Athletic Trainer Fred Tedeschi, Assistant Coach Pete Myers, Assistant Coach Ron Adams, Head Coach Scott Skiles, Assistant Coach Johnny Bach, Assistant Coach/Advance Scout Mike Wilhelm, Strength and Conditioning Coach Erik Helland, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Jeff Macy.
First round, Kirk Hinrich (Kansas); second round, Mario Austin (Mississippi State), Matt Bonner (Florida), Tommy Smith (Arizona State). The Bulls then conveyed Bonner’s draft rights to Toronto for a future second-round pick.
Failed to qualify.
Kirk Hinrich (Freshman team) participated in the Schick Rookie Challenge at All-Star Weekend ... Hinrich also was named to the got milk? NBA All-Rookie First Team ... the Bulls drew an average of 19,736 fans through 41 home games (third in the NBA), including 11 sellouts ... the Bulls also hosted the seven largest crowds in the NBA that season, including a season-high draw of 23,067 versus the L.A. Lakers at the United Center.