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Kris Dunn found a new home according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The defensive specialist agreed to terms with the Atlanta Hawks.

The deal is expected to be for two years, worth $10M. Dunn was an unrestricted free agent, as the Bulls didn’t make a qualifying offer.

Dunn, 26, averaged 10.7 points and 5.1 assists in 149 games with the Bulls, including 119 starts. He was part of the Jimmy Butler deal to Minnesota three seasons ago.

The former Bulls guard is expected to cover a great need for the Atlanta Hawks as they were one of the worst NBA teams on the defensive side of the court.