The Bulls have made multiple cuts, waiving guard Carlik Jones and forward Okaro White, according to NBA.com’s transaction log. The team also officially released two-way player Justin Lewis, as was reported on Friday.
Jones had been in camp with the Bulls in recent weeks after a strong Summer League showing with the team. He appeared in three preseason games. White, meanwhile, just signed with Chicago earlier this week.
It’s possible – but not certain – that both players will end up suiting up for the Windy City Bulls, Chicago’s G League affiliate.
Lewis, meanwhile, is recovering from an ACL injury and is expected to remain around the team as he goes through his rehab process, as K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago reported on Friday.
The Bulls now have 15 players on standard contracts and a pair on two-way deals, so their roster is ready for the regular season, though that doesn’t mean they won’t make any last-minute moves before Monday’s deadline.
7 thoughts on “Bulls Cut Carlik Jones, Okaro White”
Okaro White Heat legend
Carlik Jones is an NBA player.
Sorry, Carlik’s mom
No, someone who has scouted him at Radford and Louisville, at the two NBA Combines, in the G League and NBA Summer League. Can you say the same?
Woah dude relax, we get it your cool, but Carlik Jones is an undersized guard who scores, there’s a gazillion players that fit that mold, he’s not an nba player he’s a G League All Star
Do you realize how sad you sound?