The Chicago Bulls continued to fill out their training camp roster by signing forward Tyler Cook. Cook signed a non-guaranteed deal to compete for a standard roster spot or the Bulls open Two-Way spot.

The 6'8'' forward has played for four teams in his two-year NBA career. Cook played for the Cleveland Cavaliers before finishing his rookie season with the Denver Nuggets. In his second year, Cook played for both the Brooklyn Nets and Detroit Pistons.

Cook has also played for three different G-League franchises. In the 2021 G-League bubble, Cook played for the Iowa Wolves. In eight games (all starts) in the bubble, Cook averaged 20.8 points, 9.6 rebounds and 4.4 assists per game.