The Bulls will begin closed draft workouts in earnest at the Advocate Center now that, barring a trade, they know they're selecting 14th.
Eliminate the word "draft" and expand the location to include other gyms and Jimmy Butler is planning the same.
And to hear Butler tell it, he will approach this offseason like he's an unproven rookie rather than a maximum-salaried, two-time All-Star.
"I'm going to do the same thing I do every summer — continually get better," Butler said after Tuesday's NBA draft lottery, where he represented the Bulls. "My trainer is here. He goes everywhere with me. So I'm going to work my tail off.
"This is a...