The Chicago Bulls have made a move, signing guard Onuralp Bitim to a standard multiyear NBA contract.

Bitim, who initially joined the Bulls on a two-way deal last summer, has now secured a permanent spot on the team’s roster.

NBA insider Shams Charania broke the news on X, announcing the Bulls’ decision to convert Bitim’s contract.

Bitim, known for his sharpshooting abilities, has been a standout performer for the Bulls’ G League affiliate.

Throughout the current season, the 24-year-old guard has been averaging 14.2 points per game in the G League.

Bitim’s impressive shooting from beyond the arc, at 43.3 percent, further underscores his value to the Bulls’ lineup.

This Turkish guard has appeared in just two games for the Bulls and is yet to score in the NBA.