AUGUST 11: The signing is official, according to NBA.com’s transactions log.
AUGUST 6: The Bulls are re-signing Javonte Green to a two-year contract, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports (via Twitter). Chicago recently issued Green a $1.9MM qualifying offer to make him a restricted free agent.
Green appeared in 16 games with the team last season after being acquired in a three-team, trade-deadline deal back in March. He started the campaign with Boston and appeared in a total of 41 games between the two teams, averaging 3.6 PPG and 1.7 RPG in 11.5 minutes per contest.
Chicago has made significant upgrades to its roster this year, trading for All-Star center Nikola Vucevic before the deadline and reaching sign-and-trade deals to land Lonzo Ball and DeMar DeRozan this week. The team also agreed to a four-year contract with Alex Caruso.
Green is expected to provide depth for the franchise as it competes for a spot in the playoffs next season. The 28-year-old swingman went undrafted back in 2015 and holds 89 games of NBA experience.
8 thoughts on “Bulls Re-Sign Javonte Green On Two-Year Deal”
Why? This guy sucks
How would you know? Barely played.
He was on the Celtics for two years. He’s not good.
Potentially gives them the 3 and D wing they need besides Troy Brown. Was also really good for them last year after the trade. I like everything they did except the DeRozan move, which I dont really get. They still need a backup 4 behind Patrick Williams, who also could start at the 3, unless they’re going to use DeRozan at the 4, which is questionable, and a pick and roll defending, rim protecting big
Green isn’t good at D or 3s…
Is Millsap still out there? He would fit.
Agree with you. Green is an excellent signing. A team has to suit up 12 players every game. For $1.9 million, Green is a bargain. Green is extremely athletic and has game. If Green just fills the 11th or 12th spot on the bench, then it is a good move.