Ronnie Brewer To Sign Contract With Knicks, According To Report

The New York Knicks have made a few high-profile additions to their roster already this offseason, but the moves keep on coming. After previously acquiring Marcus Camby, Jason Kidd and Raymond Felton, the Knicks went a little more low-key with their most recent addition.

Ronnie Brewer will be the latest to take his talents to the Knicks, according to NBA.com's David Aldridge, after spending the last two seasons with the Chicago Bulls. It's not the sexiest signing, to be sure, but Brewer is probably worth the gamble considering Aldridge is reporting it's a simple one-year deal.

Brewer was a bit disappointing in his two seasons with the Bulls, averaging a paltry 6.9 points as his field goal percentage dipped to just 42.7 this past season, but he has the ability to be a very solid defender off the bench for New York.

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