The Bulls signed forward Cartier Martin to a 10-day contract on Friday.
The six-year man out of Kansas State played in 25 games with the Atlanta Hawks early in the season and averaged 6.6 ppg on .403 shooting from the field, including .405 from downtown.
After being drafted by the Iowa Energy with the 15th by the Iowa Energy in the 2008 NBA Developmental League Draft, he was signed by the Charlotte Bobcats (Feb. 18, 2009) for the remainder of the season. Martin has also had a stint with the Golden State Warriors and Washington Wizards.
In 186 regular season games played, he’s averaged 5.5ppg, 2.1 rpg and 0.5 apg in 14.6 mpg. He’s shot .391 from the field and .385 from the three-point and .741 from the free throw line.
The Bulls roster now stands at 13 with 11 players available as Derrick Rose (knee) is out for the season and Marquis Teague is still with the Iowa Energy.