Bulls Free Agency 2012: E'Twaun Moore Could End Up In Bulls Camp, According To Report

E'Twaun Moore was sent from Boston to Houston in the Courtney Lee trade, but he is expected to be released by the Rockets. And according to a report from WEEI in Boston, there is a solid chance Moore ends up in Bulls camp.

A league source tells WEEI.com that after his expected release from Houston, E’Twaun Moore expects to wind up in Bulls camp and get a look with former Celtics defensive guru and current Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau.

(Via Chuck Swirsky.)

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Moore appeared in 38 regular season games with the Celtics during the 2011-12 season and averaged 8.7 minutes per contest. He shot 38.1% from the field and averaged 2.9 points per game.

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