The Chicago Bulls have completed their roster, barring an unforeseen move involving the trade exception they collected in the deal that sent Daniel Theis to the Houston Rockets. On Monday, the Bulls inked former lottery pick Stanley Johnson to a free-agent deal, along with Alize Johnson.
Johnson and Johnson is a popular concept these days. The Athletic’s Shams Charania tweeted the news:
Johnson, 25, was the eighth overall pick of the Detroit Pistons back in 2015. When he arrived in the NBA, his game had some similarities to Ron Artest, but so far, Johnson’s production hasn’t come close to what the former Bulls, Pacers, Kings and Lakers star did on the offensive side of the ball.
Johnson has established himself as a solid defender who is capable of playing both forward sports, despite standing just 6’7″.