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Spencer Dinwiddie officially rejoins Chicago Bulls

The Bulls announce Spencer Dinwiddie signing Spencer Dinwiddie has officially rejoined the Bulls, as the team announced Thursday that it signed the guard to a contract. The Bulls first acquired the 6-foot-6-inch guard in mid-June when they traded forward Cameron Bairstow to the Detroit Pistons. They later waived Dinwiddie’s non-guaranteed contract at the start of July, but he...
Via The Bulls Charge
July 28, 2016

Dinwiddie inks with Chicago after strong summer

  After a rocky start to his NBA career with the Detroit Pistons where he struggled to find consistent production and playing time, former Colorado Buffaloes point guard Spencer Dinwiddie signed with the Chicago Bulls on Thursday. Dinwiddie was traded from Detroit for Cameron Bairstow over the offseason before being released shortly thereafter, thanks to the Bulls acquiring Rajon...
Via BSN Denver
July 28, 2016

Bulls Waive Spencer Dinwiddie

On Thursday afternoon, the Chicago Bulls announced that they have waived point guard Spencer Dinwiddie. The Bulls acquired Dinwiddie earlier this summer in a trade that sent Cameron Bairstow to the Detroit Pistons. The June trade signaled that the Bulls were likely looking to replace some impending turnover with depth and youth while moving Bairstow, […] Bulls Waive Spencer Dinwiddie...
Via Pippen Ain't Easy
July 07, 2016

Detroit Pistons Acquire Forward Cameron Bairstow from the Chicago Bulls

June 17, 2016

Cameron Bairstow an Aussie with Attitude

With the 49th pick in the 2014 NBA draft the Chicago Bulls select, Cameron Bairstow…who? Unless you are a die-hard college basketball fan you probably have never heard of Bairstow, but the Australian power forward was taken in the second round of this year’s draft by the Bulls after a solid senior season at New Mexico. Before his senior season Bairstow had never averaged more...
Via Sports Mockery
August 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Bulls Sign Cameron Bairstow

The Chicago Bulls have signed Cameron Bairstow, their second round pick out of New Mexico. “We like Cameron’s combination as a player with his size, energy and physicality,” General Manager Gar Forman said in a statement. “He is a hard worker who will only get better with time.”
Via RealGM
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

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