The Chicago Bulls are bringing an Antetokounmpo to training camp.
Not that one.
Kostas Antetokounmpo, the younger brother of the more famous and accomplished GIannis, will compete for a two-way contract, according to The Athletic's Shams Charania. Malcolm Hill, who held a two-way contract with the Bulls last season, and Carlik Jones, who played for the Bulls at NBA Summer League, are among the players expected to compete for a two-way contract.
The Bulls signed forward Justin Lewis to a two-way contract the night the Marquette product surprisingly went undrafted. Unfortunately, after a solid showing at summer league, Lewis suffered a serious injury to his right anterior cruciate ligament in an August workout away from the team that required surgery.
Kostas Antetokounmpo, a 6-foot-10-inch power forward, appeared in 15 games with the Los Angeles Lakers last season. He has played in 22 career NBA games, including a stint with the Dallas Mavericks, and owns career averages of 1 point and 1 rebound.
His older brother, of course, is a six-time All-Star, two-time most valuable player and NBA FInals MVP when Giannis led the Milwaukee Bucks to the 2020-21 championship.
The Bulls begin training camp in late September.