Official: Bulls confirm final roster for 2023-24 season with key absentee

The Chicago Bulls filed their official roster for the 2023-24 season by Monday evening’s deadline.

The Bulls have ruled out Lonzo Ball for the second consecutive season after undergoing his third left knee surgery. It also included the maximum three two-way players in Adama Sanogo, Justin Lewis, and Onuralp Bitim.

Sanogo and Bitim are two of the Bulls’ three international players, along with Nikola Vucevic. The NBA has announced a record 125 overseas players from 40 nations across six continents for Opening Night.

Following the release of Carlik Jones and his non-guaranteed contract last week, the Bulls now have 14 players on their roster, including the inactive Ball. This opens up a roster place. The Bulls still have half of their midlevel salary cap exception, which is worth about $6 million, as well as a disabled player exception for $10.2 million for Ball.


They are, however, hard capped at $172.3 million and, given the franchise’s track record of avoiding the luxury tax, are well below the $165.3 million requirement.


Chicago Bulls guard Lonzo Ball says he will return to the NBA – NBC Sports  Chicago


Here’s the Bulls’ roster:


Jevon Carter

Alex Caruso

Ayo Dosunmu

Zach LaVine

Dalen Terry

Coby White

Lonzo Ball


Torrey Craig

DeMar DeRozan

Julian Phillips

Terry Taylor

Patrick Williams


Andre Drummond

Nikola Vucevic

Two-way players

Onuralp Bitim

Justin Lewis

Adama Sanogo

The Bulls open their regular season on Wednesday night against Oklahoma City at the United Center, which can be seen on NBC Sports Chicago.



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