The new-look Chicago Bulls (12-6) have been one of the best teams in the NBA so far in the 2021-22 season. And while the additions of DeMar DeRozan, Lonzo Ball, and Alex Caruso have gotten most of the attention, the Bulls have also gotten impact minutes from their rookie second-round pick.

Former Illinois star Ayo Dosunmu entered Wednesday night’s game against the Houston Rockets averaging 16.5 minutes for the Bulls, and he’s already been a key part of their rotation off the bench. The 6’4″ guard has shown off an impressive two-way skillset with plenty of upside.

Well, Dosunmu had eight points in the first half against the Rockets, and he got three of those points via an incredible play.

Dosunmu threw down a poster jam on another rookie in Houston first-round pick Alperen Şengün, who was trying to take a charge. Instead, it turned into an and-one for Dosunmu, and he hit the ensuing free throw to make it a three-point play.

NBC Sports Chicago color commentator Stacey King had a hilarious reaction as always, and even brought out his classic “Does anybody know how to post videos to Facebook?!” line.

The Bulls are very fun to watch. For more evidence, check out this mixtape of highlights from their win against the Denver Nuggets last week:

[Photo Credit: NBC Sports Chicago]

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