A one-year, $2.9 million pact between Goran Dragic and the Bulls has been reported.

With regard to Goran Dragic, the Chicago Bulls have come to an agreement.

According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, the Bulls and the veteran guard reached an agreement on a one-year, $2.9 million contract on Sunday, adding a lot of value to their already potent backcourt.

Dragic played for the Brooklyn Nets and the Toronto Raptors in the previous season, but he only saw action in 21 games overall. He finished the year with the Nets, averaging 7.3 points and 4.8 assists per game.

For Dragic, who will begin his 15th season in the NBA this autumn, Chicago will be his sixth team.

Dragic is presently competing for Slovenia's national team, which is attempting to make the FIBA World Cup. There were rumours that Dragic would join the Dallas Mavericks for the upcoming season

both because the Mavericks lost Jalen Brunson to the New York Knicks in free agency and because it would match Dragic with fellow Slovenian star and buddy Luka Doncic.

Instead, Dragic will be a part of a sizable guard group in Chicago that also includes Lonzo Ball, Ayo Dosunmu, Coby White, Alex Caruso, and Zach LaVine, who recently agreed to a five-year, $215 million contract extension.

The Bulls had a winning record of 46-36 last year, their first in six years, although they were eliminated from the playoffs in the first round. The Bulls were in the lead in the Eastern Conference at one point

during the season until suffering a number of serious injuries, including one that forced Ball to miss the entire season.