After spending his rookie season on a two-way contract with the Bulls, second-year wing Adam Mokoka has officially accepted another two-way deal from the team, according to the NBA’s transactions log.
Mokoka only logged a total of 112 minutes in 11 games at the NBA level in 2019/20, but was a regular for Chicago’s G League affiliate, the Windy City Bulls. He averaged 10.9 PPG, 5.7 RPG, and 3.3 APG in 31 games (32.2 MPG) in the NBAGL, though he only shot 37.1% from the field (32.7% on threes).
Mokoka was named the MVP of a summer tournament in France that also featured NBA players Frank Ntilikina and Sekou Doumbouya. He received a two-way qualifying offer from the Bulls last week that made him a restricted free agent.
Chicago has already signed undrafted rookie guard Devon Dotson to a two-way deal, so both of their two-way slots are now full, as our tracker shows.
2 thoughts on “Adam Mokoka Returns To Bulls On Two-Way Deal”
It’s tough being a Bulls fan today. Patience though. Get through this year and see what the new GM/coach can put together.
They drafted in a way that’s shooting for the moon in my opinion, it’s definitely a new direction, garpax was great at drafting role players who made an impact, garpax was terrible at everything else and AK inherited a terrible team that’s over the cal somehow, when Jim Boylen is your most recently fired head coach there is no direction to go but up(I stole the premise from the boylen thing from somewhere else online)