Chicago Sun-Times

Bulls sign Bogans

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The Bulls continued their summer shopping spree on Friday night by signing free agent guard Keith Bogans to a two-year contract. According to a source, the contract totals $2.5 million and only the first year is guaranteed.

Bogans, 30, will be the fifth guard in the Bulls' rotation and figures to see much of his time at shooting guard playing behind Ronnie Brewer and Kyle Korver.

Bogans has played on six teams during his seven seasons in the NBA. He averaged 4.4 points in 79 games last season for the San Antonio Spurs during the regular season, but averaged less than a point in limited action in the playoffs. For his career, Bogans has averaged 7.1 points and is a career 35.1 percent shooter from three-point range.

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I was hoping for Fernandez but Bogans is a soild role player off the bench. Good defender, and can knock down a three. Still hoping they can pull off a deal for Rudy but Bulls have done a good job this off season none the less.

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