The search for a permanent NBA home continues for former Maryland center Diamond Stone.
Stone, who came to College Park being mentioned as a potential lottery pick and left after his freshman year as a second-round selection, has signed with the Chicago Bulls, the team reported on its website Thursday.
Stone signed a two-year contract. A report said he received a partial guarantee of $50,000, and would likely be assigned to Chicago’s G-League affiliate, the Windy City Bulls.
It marks the fourth team Stone has been affiliated with. The 6-11 center spent most of his rookie season last year in the D-League (now the G-League) while playing sparingly for the Los Angeles...