CHICAGO – The Bulls have found a replacement for Derrick Rose.
According to ESPN’s Marc J. Spears, Rajon Rondo is headed to Chicago on a two-year, $28 million deal.
Rondo led the NBA in assists last season, averaging over eleven per game.
Next season will be Rondo’s eleventh in the league and his first in the Eastern Conference since he left Boston in 2014.
The move likely puts an end to any Dwayne Wade homecoming talks, and could even lead to the Bulls waiving veteran point guard Jose Calderon.