Tacko Fall was the talk of the town on the NBA Summer League. The 7-foot-six big man from Dakar, Senegal dominated the offseason games with his sheer size. Surprisingly the 23-year-old center is agile on his feet and has a soft touch around the paint.

Boston signed the promising prospect to an Exhibit 10 Contract on June 21, 2019. Despite his impressive showing on the NBA Draft Combine, Fall went undrafted, but he quickly became a fan favorite when he played this summer for the Celts.

Currently, he is heading into training camp, but several rumors have already made rounds among NBA executives that he will not make the 15-man cut. If that's the case going forward, several teams will be willing to give him the benefit of the doubt, and one of the frontrunners for the Tacko sweepstakes is Chicago.

The Bulls could offer a two-way contract for the nimble giant. At the moment, the organization only has Christiano Felicio and Matt Willms at the center spot. Adding Fall could bring better depth at their frontcourt lineup.

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Tacko Fall #55 of the Boston Celtics stands on the court during a game against the Memphis Grizzlies during the 2019 NBA Summer League at the Thomas & Mack Center on July 11, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Wendell Carter, Lauri Markkanen Jr. and Luke Kornet are not pure post players. The addition of Tacko would solidify their post presence offensively and defensively as well.

Fall has the right tools and has good off-ball awareness despite his size. He doesn't have a high ceiling like most prospects this year, but he could become a solid role player that can contribute off the bench.

It would be absurd for Fall to find himself out of the NBA too soon. If he's willing, he could add valuable experience and learn the game while representing Chicago's G-League affiliate, the Windy City Bulls.

At the moment, the Celtics have a deep pool of talent in the frontcourt. He would have to share minutes with Robert Williams III, Enes Kanter and Vincent Poirier all year unless one of them gets injured during the season.

Meanwhile, the Bulls have a very thin frontcourt. Head coach Jim Boylen could use his talents more often than he would if Fall would stay on the Celtics. Tacko's agent is even confident that he'll have teams lining up when Boston decides to waive the Senegalese center.

At this point, these are all rumors after all. But in case of Fall doesn't land on the 15-man roster, Chicago should always have a spare two-way contract slot in case of emergency.