Should the Chicago Bulls go for Jamal Crawford or O.J Mayo?
Chicago is in dire need of a shooting guard. All Bulls fans know this. O.J is a 44% shooter from the field and 38% from deep.
Crawford shoots 41% from the field and 35% from deep.
O.J is only 23 years old and will continue to improve over the years. Crawford is 31 years old but is a veteran in the NBA with 11 years of experience. Finally, O.J averaged 11.3 PPG last season as a bench player. Crawford averaged 15.4 PPG as a bench player. O.J Mayo was runner-up for the Rookie of the Year in 2008, while Crawford was named Sixth Man of the Year in 2009–2010. Which guard do you think will bring Chicago another title?