Brooks, the No. 25 pick by the Celtics in 2011, is averaging 6.6 points in 29 games.
Brooks was acquired in the Justin Holiday trade on Thursday but will not play for Chicago. As a result, the hope is that he'll be given an extended look in Chicago, but at this point it's too early to gauge what his role will look like.
This season, Selden made 32 appearances with the Grizzlies.
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Defense was Holiday's calling card before he developed as a shooter in his mid-20s, and his length and diligence at that end of the court will fit right in with the Grit "n" Grind 2.0 Grizzlies. There's a chance he becomes a solid piece as he ages, one the Bulls could potentially flip somewhere else eventually if his 3-point shot picks up again. That means the Bulls will enter this summer's draft with at least two picks. A first-round pick would've been more ideal.
What's more is Hutchison could've received more playing time without sending Holiday to the Grizzlies. If something happens with Mike Conley or Marc Gasol, we've seen the Grizzlies slide in the standings before.
Wojnarowski reports guard Cameron Payne is the player likely to be waived to make room on Chicago's roster. The 38.3 percent from the floor was the second-worst mark of his career, topping only last year's 37.1 percent showing (for a full season, Holiday shot 33.3 percent in nine games for Philadelphia in 2012-13). Since Payne was in the final year of his rookie contract, waiving him has no long-term cap ramifications for Chicago.