The Bulls took Pittsburgh center Aaron Gray at Number 49 before selecting Oklahoma State guard JamesOn Curry two picks later.
In high school, Curry was caught selling marijuana to an undercover police officer. He pleaded guilty to six felony drug counts and lost a scholarship offer from North Carolina. Other colleges shied away, but Oklahoma State gave him a chance.
Curry rewarded the Cowboys by averaging 13-point-five points in three seasons and making 197 three-pointers -- third in school history.
Gray averaged a team-high 13-point-nine points and nine-point-five rebounds and was first-team all-Big East.
In the first round, the Bulls selected Florida's Joakim Noah with the ninth pick.