Kaplan: Bulls agree to deal with Vladimir Radmanovi

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Kaplan: Bulls agree to deal with Vladimir Radmanovi

According to CSN's David Kaplan, the Bulls have signed veteran Vladimir Radmanovic to a one-year deal.

Radmanovic confirmed to Kaplan that the one-year deal will be officially announced on Thursday.

In 49 games with the Atlanta Hawks last season, the 31-year old forward averaged 4.5 points and 2.9 rebounds per game.

Radmanovic was orginally drafted by the Seattle SuperSonics out of Yugoslavia with the 12th overall pick in the 2001 NBA Draft. In 11 seasons, he's averaged 8.2 points and 3.9 rebounds per game. He's also a career 38 three-point shooter.

Stay with CSNChicago.com for more on this developing story and follow @thekapman on Twitter.

Watch: Former Bulls center Joakim Noah misses everything with this free-throw attempt

Watch: Former Bulls center Joakim Noah misses everything with this free-throw attempt

We all remember Joakim Noah's twisty-turny tornado shooting style from the free-throw line.

It was funny, and it worked better than you might expect, with Noah's unconventional shooting style from the charity stripe going through the net better than 73 percent of the time over a five-season span from 2009-10 to 2013-14.

But things haven't gone so well there for Noah in his first season with the New York Knicks. Entering Monday night's game, Noah was shooting just 42.9 percent from the free-throw line.

Well, things might've hit rock bottom Monday, with this nasty-looking free-throw try from Noah that missed everything.

Take a look:

Say it ain't so, Jo.

SportsTalk Live Podcast: Excluding Jimmy Butler, who should Bulls trade?

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SportsTalk Live Podcast: Excluding Jimmy Butler, who should Bulls trade?

David Haugh (Chicago Tribune) and Phil Rogers (mlb.com) join Kap on the panel. Super Bowl LI is set. Can Bill Belichick slow down the Falcons historic offense? Will Tom Brady be able to pick apart Atlanta’s D?

Plus besides Jimmy Butler, who should the Bulls trade? And after winning in Columbus, is this the year Northwestern goes dancing?

Check out the SportsTalk Live Podcast below: