Jordan Bell Earns 10-Day Contract with Chicago Bulls
SANTA CRUZ, CA -The Chicago Bulls have signed forward Jordan Bell to a 10-day contract via the NBA's Hardship Exception, the team announced today.
Bell, 26, has played in nine games for Santa Cruz this year averaging 10.8 points, 12.8 rebounds and 3.8 assists. Bell was originally drafted 38th overall by Chicago in the 2017 NBA Draft and traded to Golden State on Draft Night. Bell has appeared in 160 NBA games in his career with four teams (Golden State, Memphis, Minnesota and Washington).
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