The Chicago Bulls have solidified their roster by securing guard Onuralp Bitim with a standard three-year NBA contract, revealing details of the agreement.

Initially joining the Bulls on a two-way deal last summer, Bitim has now earned a standard contract, marking a significant milestone in his career.

According to Mike Scotto of HoopsHype, the Bulls inked Bitim to a three-year, $4.61 million contract, with guarantees for the remainder of this season and non-guaranteed terms for the following two seasons, league sources disclosed.

With impressive averages of 16.7 points, 3.9 rebounds, and 4.1 assists per game in the G League, Bitim has showcased his versatility and impact on the court.

His remarkable accuracy from beyond the arc, shooting at an impressive 43.3 percent, further solidifies his value to the Bulls’ lineup, offering a potent scoring threat from long range.

Despite limited NBA appearances, having played only two games for the Bulls without scoring thus far, Bitim’s potential and contributions in the developmental league have earned him a permanent place on the team’s roster.