The Chicago Bulls extended a training camp invite to Kyrylo Fesenko on a non-guaranteed deal, hoping to add some frontcourt depth. From the Chicago Tribune: “Fesenko, a 7-foot-1-inch former second-round pick, has averaged 2.3 points and 2 rebounds in 135 career games with Utah and Indiana. He worked out for the Bulls on Monday. The Bulls possess $758,550 under the hard salary cap of $74.307 million and thus can’t sign a 14th player like Fesenko for the season until a prorated amount of the veteran’s minimum of $854,389 drops to fit. That would be in late November.”
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