Several Chicago Bulls players have been assembling for voluntary workouts in Deerfield before training camp, and they've been joined by a few players who aren't currently under contract as well, according to Aggrey Sam of Comcast Sports Net:
On the court, the bulk of the team has arrived in Chicago for voluntary workouts in preparation for the regular season, joined by the likes of erstwhile Bull Jannero Pargo--the free-agent guard, who played for the Atlanta Hawks last season, is in discussions to sign with various teams, as reported by RealGM.com, though the Bulls don't currently have the salary-cap space to bring in the veteran on a guaranteed contract--reported training-camp invite and journeyman wing Andre Emmett, Chicago native Ryan Allen (a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee product and the younger brother of Memphis Grizzlies guard Tony Allen) and unsigned power forward D.J. White (who has been linked to multiple NBA and overseas teams as of late), according to an individual familiar with the proceedings in Deerfield.
Emmett, a veteran of international leagues, had not played in the NBA since 2004-05 until he appeared in six games for the Nets last season. Allen has yet to play in the NBA. White played in 58 games for the Charlotte Bobcats last season, averaging 6.8 points and 3.6 rebounds per game while shooting 49 percent.