For the last two seasons, the Bulls' biggest advantage was their front line depth. Even with a revamped roster this year, they’re sticking to a formula that works by signing center Kyrylo Fesenko to a non-guaranteed contract.
The Ukrainian big man will participate in the Bulls training camp, set to begin on Monday.
What is impressive is that he’s agreed not only to take a non-guaranteed deal to be in camp, but is willing to hang around until November when the Bulls are able to re-sign him and add him to the roster. He’d be the Bulls' fifth big (Noah, Boozer, Gibson, Mohammed) and most likely won’t see much playing time unless one of those guys gets hurt.