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Bulls Sign Malcolm Thomas to Second 10-Day Contract

The 6-9 forward has appeared in one game for Chicago this season



    On Friday afternoon, the Chicago Bulls announced they’d resigned reserve forward Malcolm Thomas to a second 10-day contract with the team. Thomas, who played collegiately at San Diego State, most recently played for the Golden State Warriors this season on a 10-day contract.

    Last season Thomas played for the San Antonio Spurs with former college teammate Kawhi Leonard.

    While suiting up for Golden State, the 24-year-old native of Columbia, Mo. recorded three points and grabbed five rebounds in five games for head coach Mark Jackson’s club. He even logged minutes against the Bulls when the two teams met in Oakland on March 15, scoring two points and grabbing two rebounds in the game.

    The 6-foot-9, 225-pound forward signed his first 10-day with the Bulls on March 19 after being released by Golden State on March 18. Terms of his deal were not disclosed per team policy.

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