Bulls officially sign E’Twaun Moore, he’s likely to stick with team


E’Twaun Moore is potentially a good fit for the Bulls — if he is used properly.

Orlando used him at the point, the Bulls are set there. Chicago plans to give most of their minutes at the two guard to Jimmy Butler, behind him is Tony Snell who showed real signs of improvement at Summer League. Where Moore comes in is he is a 6’4” guard who can knock down threes (35.4 percent last season). The Bulls have point guards like Derrick Rose and Aaron Brooks slashing the lane and a very good passing front line with Pau Gasol and Joakim Noah — a guy who can stay at the arc and knock down shots has value. Plus he can play the one some if needed.

So as had been expected the Bulls signed Moore to a deal — but the terms of the deal reported by Shams Charania of Real GM are such that you can bet he makes the roster.

Consider this an insurance policy signing — don’t pick Moore for your fantasy team — but in that vein it’s good one. He can provide some depth at the guard slots if injuries or fatigue become an issue in Chicago. Both of which are not out of the realm of possibility.