Free agent forward D.J. White will join the Bulls for training camp according to ESPN.com's Marc Stein (via Twitter). While it sounds as if White will be on a non-guaranteed contract Stein reports that he'll be given a chance to earn a regular-season roster spot.

White 27 appeared in 12 games last season for the Celtics after returning from China but was included in the blockbuster trade that sent him to Brooklyn along with Kevin Garnett Paul Pierce and Jason Terry. The Nets waived him shortly thereafter and White was said last month to be mulling another stint in China. Although the former first-rounder didn't see the court much in Boston he has been reasonably productive in parts of five NBA seasons recording a career PER of 14.6.

For the Bulls White will be the 17th player on the camp roster but only 11 of those 17 guys have fully guaranteed deals.