The Chicago Bulls have their man.
No, they haven't resigned two-time All-Star Zach LaVine quite yet, but the Bulls have added some much-needed frontcourt help.
Reported by The Athletic's Shams Charania, the Bulls are finalizing a deal with center Andre Drummond.
ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski later reported Drummond's deal is a two-year deal worth $6.6 million with a player option in year two.
Chicago had been rumored to be interested in Utah's Rudy Gobert but have been hesitant to engage in trade talks that involve forward Patrick Williams.
Drummond started last season with the Philadelphia 76ers before being traded to the Brooklyn Nets in the James Harden-Ben Simmons deal.
The two-time All-Star and four-time league rebounding leader provides depth for Billy Donovan behind Nikola Vucevic.