Bulls Sign Second-Rounder Paul Zipser

JULY 15, 3:19pm: The Bulls have formally announced in a press release that they’ve signed Zipser.

JULY 13, 2:11pm: The Bulls have reached an agreement with second-round pick Paul Zipser, according to agent Misko Raznatovic, who tweets that his client will sign a two-year contract with Chicago. The terms of the deal aren’t yet known, but Raznatovic refers to the agreement as being for two “granted years” — it’s possible that was meant to read “guaranteed years.”

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Zipser, the 48th overall pick in last month’s draft, was rated this year’s 26th-best prospect by Jonathan Givony of DraftExpress.com. The German forward has spent the last several season playing for Bayern Muenchen. Zipser didn’t see a whole lot of action in Euroleague play, but in 40 German League games, he averaged 7.1 PPG and 3.6 RPG to go along with a .539/.436/.807 shooting line, in 18.1 minutes per contest.

Shortly after the Bulls drafted Zipser, we learned that the team shouldn’t have major issues bringing the 22-year-old stateside. Givony reported at that time that Zipser had just one year remaining on his contract with his German club, with a buyout worth $600K.

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5 thoughts on “Bulls Sign Second-Rounder Paul Zipser

    • bigjonliljon

      Lol. I don’t understand this one. I specifically remember in draft night, Chicago sports radio guys not knowing squat about this guy. Me either. When did he become the 26th best prospect available. Smells fishy some where

  1. CodyGadbois

    My first thought was, I’ve never been zip lining but would like to?


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