By David Aldridge, TNT Analyst
Posted Aug 6 2010 7:03PM
Free agent guard Keith Bogans has agreed to a two-year deal with tbe Chicago Bulls, according to a league source. The 30-year-old played last season in San Antonio.
The second year of the deal is partially guaranteed. Bogans was also considering the Knicks, who agreed to a deal earlier this week with former Spur Roger Mason, Jr.
The Bulls have been in pursuit of Portland guard Rudy Fernandez, who wants a trade from the Trail Blazers. The acquisition of Bogans does not preclude Chicago from continuing to try and get Fernandez; a source pointed out Friday that the Bulls still have some cap room and only 12 players under contract.
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