Chicago Bulls and guard Patrick Beverley, a free agent, have agreed to terms

Kevin Bradbury, Patrick Beverley’s agent, told on Monday that the guard’s deal with the Chicago Bulls is complete.

According to sources, the deal is likely to be finalized as soon as Tuesday, when the Bulls are expected to waive a player in order to make room on the roster for Beverley. Beverley, a native of Chicago who went to John Marshall High School, is wanted by the Bulls because they want her to bring some ferocity to the court and locker room.

The Bulls are 11th in the Eastern Conference standings with a record of 26-33 at the All-Star break, two games behind the Toronto Raptors for the final play-in spot.

Beverley made 45 starts for the Los Angeles Lakers this season and averaged 6.4 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 2.6 assists before being traded to the Orlando Magic at the Feb. 9 trade deadline. After reaching a buyout agreement on February 12, the Magic released Beverley, and he then cleared waivers to become a free agent.

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