A person with knowledge of the negotiations tells The Associated Press that Rajon Rondo is going to the Chicago Bulls, agreeing on a $30 million, two-year deal.

The person spoke on condition of anonymity Sunday because no deal can be signed until the league’s offseason moratorium ends on Thursday.

Rondo essentially becomes the Bulls’ replacement at point guard for Derrick Rose, the former NBA MVP who was traded to the New York Knicks last month.

Chicago becomes Rondo’s fourth team in less than two years. He spent his first eight full NBA seasons in Boston, winning a championship with the Celtics in 2008. The Celtics traded him to Dallas in December 2014, and Rondo spent last season in Sacramento.

SPURS: Manu Ginobili says he is coming back for a 15th season in the NBA.

Ginobili made the announcement on his personal blog Sunday. He turns 39 this month and declared himself a free agent last month after declining a player option for 2016-17 with the San Antonio Spurs.

Ginobili didn’t say Sunday if he would be back in San Antonio, though it has been widely presumed that if he continued playing, he would stay with the Spurs.

He did say that he would have more news to share soon.

“The most important news to tell you is I am determined to continue playing in the NBA,” Ginobili wrote in his native Spanish.

KINGS: A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that guard Garrett Temple has accepted a $24 million, three-year contract offer from Sacramento.

TIMBERWOLVES: A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that Minnesota has agreed to a three-year, $22 million contract with center Cole Aldrich.

NETS: A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that Tyler Johnson has agreed to sign a $50 million offer sheet with Brooklyn.

Johnson can sign the deal Thursday, according to the person who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the talks are ongoing. Once it’s signed, Miami – the team that Johnson has played with for the last two seasons – would have three days to match the terms.

WIZARDS: Power forward Andrew Nicholson agreed to a $26 million, four-year contract with Washington, which is working to add depth to their roster after missing the playoffs last season.

HAWKS: A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that guard Malcolm Delaney, a Euroleague star, has agreed to a $1.49 million, two-year contract offer from Atlanta.