Bradley, 24, is 6-foot-10 and appeared in 55 games last season, his first in Chicago. He averaged 3.0 points and 3.4 rebounds, offering an extra defensive presence in the frontcourt.
The Bulls stand to lose unrestricted free agent Tristan Thompson, so Bradley’s return offers some needed depth. For Bradley, it makes sense, as he likely would have been hard-pressed to find another team to give him a better deal on the open market.
A first-round pick of the Lakers in 2017 (No. 28 overall), Bradley has also spent time with the Thunder, 76ers and Jazz. He signed a multiyear deal with the Bulls in August of last year.