Bulls Free Agency 2012: Chicago Has Contacted Derek Fisher And Brandon Roy, According To Report

According to a report from Ramona Shelburne and Nick Friedell, the Chicago Bulls have contacted veteran point guard Derek Fisher as well as guard Brandon Roy. With Derrick Rose sidelined for an extended period of time, the Bulls have been exploring various options at point guard.

Fisher's possible relationship with the Bulls first surfaced after his buyout in the spring. It was an addition that Rose seemed intrigued with at the time. "D-Fish definitely could help our team," Rose said at the time. "But like I said, it's not up to me. It's up to the front office to make that call. If he comes, we'll welcome him with open arms, but we don't know right now."

Related: Conniving SOB Daryl Morey Puts Chicago Bulls In Tough Position With Offer To Omer Asik

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