Former Creighton star Doug McDermott (#3) was introduced by the Chicago Bulls on Monday.
CHICAGO, Ill. -
Sioux City native Kirk Hinrich may be playing with another Iowan next season in the NBA. Ames High grad Doug McDermott was introduced by the Chicago Bulls on Monday.
The reigning NCAA player of the year from Creighton University was drafted in the first round by the Nuggets and then traded to Chicago.
McDermott just wants to fit in.
"I just feel that I'm a great teammate. I'll do whatever they ask," said McDermott. "I've got to get better defensively. I think everyone does. This is a perfect spot to improve because they've bee so great defensively and I have a lot to learn." McDermott will suit up for the Bulls summer league team in Las Vegas.
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