Report: Bulls to Sign McKinnie Pass Difficult Exception originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago
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According to a Tweet from The Athletic and Stadium’s Shams Charania, the Bulls will sign Alfonzo McKinnie through the latest tough exception granted by the NBA as the Bulls currently have five players in health and safety protocols.
The Bulls announced the signing of Stanley Johnson for 10 days on Thursday. Johnson played with the Bulls in training camp.
McKinnie, who played locally at Marshall High and stints with the Windy City Bulls, has averaged 4 points in 165 career NBA games with the Raptors, Warriors, Cavaliers and Lakers. The 6.7-inch tall striker is currently averaging 24.1 points for the Mexico City team in the G League.
Coby White, Javonte Green, DeMar DeRozan, Matt Thomas and Derrick Jones Jr. is currently within league health and safety protocols as the Bulls deal with an outbreak surrounding COVID-19.
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