Bulls Sign Patrick Christopher, Kalin Lucas

September 12 2013 at 1:40pm CDT By Luke Adams

1:40pm: Former Michigan State guard Kalin Lucas has also signed with the Bulls, according to Deeks (via Twitter). It sounds like his contract will be fully non-guaranteed as well.

As our international tracker shows, Lucas also played for a Turkish team in 2012/13.

1:32pm: The Bulls have signed free agent guard Patrick Christopher to a non-guaranteed training camp deal, according to Mark Deeks of ShamSports.com (via Twitter).

Christopher, 25, went undrafted out of California in 2010, and has been playing overseas since then. As our international player movement tracker shows, he spent last season in Turkey with Besiktas. Christopher averaged 8.4 PPG in 24 contests with the club.

The Bulls will only have 15 players under contract once they make their deals with Christopher, Mike James, and Dexter Pittman official, so there's a chance a regular-season roster spot will be available if Christopher has a strong camp. Still, he's likely a long shot.

6 thoughts on “Bulls Sign Patrick Christopher, Kalin Lucas

  1. Hooray for the bulls the heat gets beasley and we get pittman and mike james why not bring Fab Melo into camp as well. Don’t get it we had Nate Robinson so we going to replace him with cook and mike james we need a backup to Noah and are bringing in a guy pittman that might disrupt your locker room because there might be bad blood still there from his days with the heat. Way to beef up your bench no wonder why our starters get hurt they practically have to play the whole game. For the whole season. Would have love to see the one two punch with nate and rose.

    1. Too bad Nate wasn’t going to sign for a minimum contract. You make it seem as if the Bulls had the money but don’t want to sign him.

      1. Yeah i agree with you and all but they got Beasley who can avg 15 a night for a 1m that is un guaranteed like come on…and we need scoring they didn’t

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