Chicago Bulls center Tony Bradley will excercise his $2 million player option for the 2022-23 season, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
The former Tar Heel signed a two-year, $3.82 million contract with the Bulls in 2021. In his first season with Chicago, he played in 55 games and averaged 10.0 minutes per contest, posting 3.0 PPG and shooting 58.5% from the field. Bradley also picked up 3.4 rebounds per game.
Getting Tony Bradley back on the bench does not add much to the Chicago Bulls’ roster. Aside from his decent shot-blocking ability, the five-year veteran lacks lateral quickness on the defensive end. The numbers may fool you, but he is not a great shooter and has no touch around the rim.
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