Ronnie Brewer to Join the Bulls
They may not be done, however, as sources indicate they are still in discussions with free-agent center Brad Miller. The former Bulls big man is still considering the Bulls, Houston and Atlanta, but the Bulls -- depending on their level of desire -- have the most remaining money available with $7.8 million of salary-cap space left. According to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, their focus is on adding a big man and a backup point guard.
Brewer has averaged 10.3 points per game and shot 52.1 percent in his four seasons. After spending his first three-plus seasons in Utah, he was traded to Memphis last season but played just five games after suffering a hamstring injury. The deal was first reported by Sam Smith of Bulls.com.