CHICAGO -- The Chicago Bulls have reportedly agreed to a three-year deal with guard Ronnie Brewer.
According to a report on the team's website, the Bulls made the move for Brewer after the Magic matched the team's offer sheet to J.J. Redick earlier on Friday. The Chicago Tribune reports the deal is worth $12.5 million.
If the contract is consummated as expected, Brewer will join forward Carlos Boozer and guard Kyle Korver as members of the 2009-10 Jazz who will play for the Bulls this season. Brewer was actually traded to Memphis midway through last season, but played only five games for the Grizzlies before an injury sidelined him.
In 58 games in 2009-10, Brewer averaged 8.8 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.7 assists. He averaged a career-best 13.7 points in 81 games for the Jazz in 2008-09 and has a career per-game points average of 10.3 in 271 contests.