Former Chicago Bulls swingman Ronnie Brewer is still wearing a Bulls uniform in the picture on his Twitter profile, but he's found a new team for the 2012-13 NBA season. According to David Aldridge of NBA.com, Brewer agreed to terms with the New York Knicks on a one-year deal as of Tuesday morning.
Knicks continue to build backcourt, agreeing 2 terms with ex-Bull Ronnie Brewer on one-year deal, per source. Check the Hang Time Bkog soon.— David Aldridge (@daldridgetnt) July 24, 2012
Brewer started 43 games in 2012 while Richard Hamilton dealt with various injuries, and the 27-year-old veteran will provide some much-needed depth for the Knicks on the wing. Brewer played two seasons in Chicago, but the organization declined to pick up his team option of $4.37 million earlier in the summer. Chicago's "Bench Mob" has been unceremoniously dismantled during the offseason, but at least Brewer landed in a nice spot where he can continue his NBA career.
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