With the NBA draft taking place on June 21, the Chicago Bulls currently own both the seventh and 22nd picks in the first-round. Garry Parrish of CBS Sports has them selecting Mohamed Bamba out of Texas with their first of their two picks in his latest mock draft. It should be quite obvious to everyone that their best draft pick of all-time was Michael Jordan. More recently though, who has been the Bulls’ best (and worst) draft picks since 1990?

Here are a few things to know about these lists. The player must have been drafted by the team and not acquired in a draft-day trade. To be on the best selections list, they must have played at least three full seasons with the team (apologies to Elton Brand and Ron Artest).

To be on the worst selections list, they must have actually played on the team. Also, only first-round picks were considered for the worst list.

To see the best and worst draft picks in franchise history by the Heat, click here [VIDEO].

To see the best and worst draft picks since 1990 by the Knicks, click here [VIDEO].

Best selections

  • 5. Taj Gibson (2009 - 26th pick)

An All-Rookie First Team member, Gibson spent over 7.5 seasons with the Bulls. During his 562 games with the team, he posted averages of 9.4 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 1.2 blocks. He played an additional 55 postseason games as well with Chicago.

  • 4. Derrick Rose (2008 - first pick)

Rose looked like he had the potential to top this list as he was named Rookie of the Year and then the MVP in his third season. He played just 166 games over his last five seasons in Chicago though as he just couldn’t stay healthy.

While he was the best of the bunch on this list at his peak, it didn’t last long enough to have him top the list especially since he was selected first overall.

  • 3. Joakim Noah (2007 - ninth pick)

While Knicks fans aren’t very fond of the player, Noah is beloved in Chicago for his nine seasons with the team. He was the Defensive Player of the Year in 2013-14, a season he also finished fourth in MVP voting. His 5,387 rebounds are fourth in franchise history, and his 803 blocks are third.

  • 2. Toni Kukoc (1990 - 29th pick)

Kukoc didn’t play until three years after he was drafted but spent about 6.5 seasons with the Bulls. He was a part of Chicago’s second three-peat in the 1990s and was Sixth Man of the Year for the 1995-96 season. He finished his Bulls tenure with averages of 14.1 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 4.2 assists.

  • 1. Jimmy Butler (2011 - 30th pick)

Butler was on Chicago for six seasons before being traded at last year’s draft to the Minnesota Timberwolves. He was an All-Star each of his last three seasons with the team, made the All-Defensive Second Team three times, and was named Most Improved Player for the 2014-15 season.

Other notables: Kirk Hinrich (2003 - seventh pick), Ben Gordon (2004 - third pick), and Bobby Portis (2015 - 22nd pick).

Worst selections

  • 5. Dalibor Bagaric (2000 - 24th pick)

The 7-1 Bagaric played 90 games in three seasons with the Bulls and never played in the NBA after that. For his career, he shot just 97-269 (36.1 percent) from the field.

  • 4. Mark Randall (1991 - 26th pick)

After 15 games with the Bulls in his rookie year, the team waived Randall. He went on to play an additional 112 games with the Timberwolves, Detroit Pistons, and Denver Nuggets over four seasons.

  • 3. Keith Booth (1997 - 28th pick)

Booth’s career lasted just 45 games in two seasons where he totaled 130 points and 97 rebounds. He does have a championship ring as the team won in his rookie year, a season he played only 17 minutes.

  • 2. Marcus Fizer (2000 - fourth pick)

Fizer had decent averages of 10.5 points and 5.0 rebounds in his 232 games with Chicago but never quite lived up to the expectations placed upon him after he was drafted fourth overall.

  • 1. Jay Williams (2002 - second pick)

Unfortunately, Williams’ career lasted only one season due to a motorcycle accident. He was an All-Rookie Second Team member after averaging 9.5 points and 4.7 assists.

Other notables: Dickey Simpkins (1994 - 21st pick), Corey Benjamin (1998 - 28th pick), Eddy Curry (2001 - fourth pick), and Marquis Teague (2012 - 29th pick).