Dwyane Wade approves the Bulls’ moves on Thaddeus Young, Tomas Satoransky
The Chicago Bulls were never going to be big-time players in free agency this offseason, but they have made two moves so far that will impact them immediately. Thaddeus Young was the first move that the Bulls made, signing a three-year deal with the team after playing the last three years with the Indiana Pacers. Secondly, Tomas Satoranksy was signed to provide depth in the back-court.
2 great moves by the Bulls✊🏾 https://t.co/ZugcbgyWve
— DWade (@DwyaneWade) July 1, 2019
Young will be a huge veteran addition for the Bulls. He was the leader of the locker room for a strong Pacers team and will do the same in Chicago. In addition to being a great mentor and veteran presence, the Bulls are getting a versatile forward who can score, rebound, and defend.
Satoransky, on the other hand, is a quality guard that doesn’t receive the press that he deserves. He will provide depth and help mentor rookie point guard Coby White.
Wade is enjoying retirement so far, but has not disconnected himself from the NBA. Chicago will not be viewed as a championship contender this season, but they are making moves to help speed up the rebuild that they are going through. These moves should bring a lot of optimism to the fan base.
Expect to see the Bulls remain active this season. They may be done with adding big pieces, but the two they have added will become fan favorites quickly.