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2023 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2022 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
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  • Justin Lewis: Let go by Chicago

    The Bulls waived Lewis on Saturday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. Lewis was in the midst of his second season as a two-way player for the Bulls, but he never got the opportunity to make his NBA debut. He was sidelined for his entire first professional season while recovering from a torn ACL, and though he's been fully healthy in 2023-24, he's played exclusively with the G League's Windy City Bulls. Chicago will sign forward Henri Drell to a two-way contract to fill the spot vacated by Lewis.
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  • Bulls' Justin Lewis: Officially back on two-way deal

    The Bulls confirmed Sunday that Lewis (ankle) will re-sign with the team on a two-way contract, Will Gottlieb of reports. Lewis finished the 2022-23 season as one of the Bulls' two-way players, but the undrafted rookie out of Marquette never got the chance to make his NBA debut after missing the entire campaign while recovering from a torn ACL. The Bulls didn't confirm prior to the start of free agency July 1 whether they declined to extend Lewis a qualifying offer, or whether they retained his rights as a restricted free agent. Lewis then took part in two games for the Bulls in the Las Vegas Summer League, only to be shut down with an ankle injury. The Bulls evidently came away encouraged enough from what they saw from Lewis to commit to him as one of their three two-way players for 2023-24, with undrafted rookie center Adama Sanogo being one of the others. Lewis will presumably spent most of the upcoming season in the G League with the Windy City Bulls.
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  • Bulls' Justin Lewis: Shut down for summer

    The Bulls announced Tuesday that Lewis (ankle) will be sidelined for the remainder of the Las Vegas Summer League, Will Gottlieb of reports. After missing his entire first season in the professional ranks while recovering from a torn ACL, Lewis was cleared to play in the NBA Summer League, but he appeared in just two games in Las Vegas before succumbing to a new injury. Assuming he doesn't need surgery to address the ankle sprain, Lewis should be back to full health for training camp, but it's unclear if he'll have a spot on Chicago's roster. Lewis' status is currently in limbo after the Bulls have yet to formally re-sign him to a two-way contract for the 2023-24 season. Undrafted rookie Adama Sanogo and third-year forward Terry Taylor are currently occupying two of the Bulls' three two-way slots.
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  • Bulls' Justin Lewis: Exits game with ankle injury

    Lewis will not return to Saturday's matchup against the Grizzlies with a sprained left ankle, Darnell Mayberry of The Athletic reports. Lewis will finish the contest with two points, a rebound and an assist in six minutes. Though it's unclear how severe the injury is, his next chance to play will come Tuesday against the Kings.
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  • Bulls' Justin Lewis: On track to play in Summer League

    Lewis (knee) is on track to play with the Bulls during Summer League action in Las Vegas, K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Lewis sustained a torn ACL in August of 2022 and underwent surgery that forced him to miss the entire 2022-23 campaign. However, he's been a full participant in Summer League camp and is on track to return to game action this summer. Assuming he feels good after playing in games, it seems likely that he'll be ready to suit up for the start of the regular season. Lewis was under contract on a two-way deal to close the 2022-23 season and will likely remain on the books heading into training camp if he turns in a strong showing in the summer.
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  • Bulls' Justin Lewis: Suffers ACL injury

    Lewis suffered an ACL injury over the weekend and will undergo surgery in the coming weeks, which will sideline him indefinitely. Lewis inked a two-way contract with the Bulls after going undrafted this summer. The 6-foot-7 forward out of Marquette was expected to spend the majority of the season in the G League, so his absence shouldn't impact the NBA roster.
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