The Chicago Bulls signed Lou Amundson, Ronnie Brewer and Mike James late in the season in what was perceived by many in the NBA as a signal of a possible trade this offseason.
The combined, non-guaranteed salary of those three players for next season gives the Bulls $4.07 million that could be used as a trade chip for a player like Carmelo Anthony.
The New York Knicks are considered...
Mike James will sign with the Chicago Bulls for the remainder of the season and will be eligible for the playoffs.
James' 10-day contract with the Bulls expired in January.
James will provide insurance if Kirk Hinrich and D.J. Augustin.
The Chicago Bulls have requested waivers on Erik Murphy.
The Bulls have held discussions about signing Ronnie Brewer and Mike James, according to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune.
Murphy appeared in 24 games with the Bulls and averaged 0.3 ppg in 2.6 mpg. Murphy was selected in the second round (49th overall) of the 2013 NBA Draft.
Chicago’s roster now stands at 12.
The Chicago Bulls have re-signed Mike James.
James was added due to the expectation Kirk Hinrich will be out for an extended period with a hamstring injury.