Chicago Bulls has signed Justin Holiday for two years. The contract is worth $9 million, however, more terms and conditions of the deal were not disclosed. Holiday's performance has made him amongst the most coveted players this season.
Chicago Bulls has signed guard Justin Holiday recently. The terms and conditions of the deal were not disclosed but according to a report from ESPN, Justin Holiday has bagged a two-year contract that is worth $9 million. Notably, Holiday has played for Chicago Bulls in the year of 2015-16 where he managed to score an average point of 6.5 and 1.7 assists in 27 games.
It must be mentioned that reports from UPI state that in June 2016, Justine Holiday and Derrick Rose were traded to New York Knicks and, in 2017's second exchange for Robin, Lopez, Jose Calderon and Jerian Grant. Last season, Justin Holiday played in all the 82 games as a team member of the New York Knicks where he averaged 7.7 points. He also had an average of 5.7 points during the four seasons with Golden State, Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, and Atlanta.
Notably, Holiday is one of the most coveted players, this season. He has been described as a young and highly coachable player, who is committed to defense. The irony of the situation, however, is that Holiday was swapped from the Chicago Bulls to New York Knicks, just a year back. He has also developed a solid wing into the team, but then again he agreed to sign with the Chicago Bulls.
Justin Holiday has proved himself to be a strong player right from the beginning when he won the NBA championship back in 2015 as a member of the Golden State Warriors. His other achievements include Hungarian League Champion, Hungarian Cup winner and Belgian Cup winner.