That report from ESPN's Jonathan Givony comes in the wake of him also reporting that Garland has scheduled a last-minute workout with the New York Knicks, owners of the No. 3 pick. Perhaps the funniest thing Woj ever did was previous year when journalists were told they couldn't report on draft picks before they happened. He is in "serious consideration" to land with them. He played just five total college games due to a meniscus injury, and he wasn't exactly at a high-profile school in Vanderbilt.
Adding the Bulls' late surge in interest on Garland to an increasingly long list of candidates for the team's first-round selection, draft night is certainly shaping into an interesting one for Chicago. He and Morant were the next two projected players after Zion Williamson, who will land first overall to the New Orleans Pelicans.
The Bulls are reportedly interested in trading up to draft Vanderbilt point guard Darius Garland. It could package a couple of those to get up to No. 4 to take Garland.
Garland may just be the straight-up pick at third overall, with the Memphis Grizzlies taking Morant and Barrett falling to New Orleans.
The Knicks have a chance to shake up a once-predictable top three.
Although Duke's RJ Barrett has been projected as the No. 3 pick, NY plans to hold a workout Wednesday for Vanderbilt guard Darius Garland, according to Givony.
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