Found September 27, 2012 on
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Kyrylo Fesenko will sign a non-guaranteed veteran's minimum with the Bulls.
ESPN’s Marc Stein reports that the Bulls are signing center Kyrylo Fesenko to a non-guaranteed contract and he will join the team for training camp starting next week.
One small problem: the Bulls are hard-capped for the entirety of the season at $74 million, and are currently so close to the cap that they cannot even expend enough to add a player at the veteran’s minimum.
The best rebounder in the NBA appears to be headed to the Chicago Bulls. Settle down. Dwight Howard, who led the league with 14.5 rebounds per game last season, is still a member of the Los Angeles Lakers. The man who is set to join the Bulls is Kyrylo Fesenko, the 25-year-old Unkrainian center who led the league last season with a 27.3 rebounding percentage. Granted, Fesenko only...
Both Danny Granger and Nene Hilario suffered some minor injuries this week and will be under the watchful eye of their camps.
Granger tweaked his knee, mildly and Nene is suffering from plantar fasciitis in his left foot. Both big men are vital pieces to their respective teams, the Pacers and Wizards, and will be taking easy heading into training camp in the coming days.
Danny Granger will be limited at the start of training camp due to an issue with his left knee that became an issue while training this summer in Los Angeles.