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Bulls Keep Mike James; Waive Dexter Pittman, D.J. White

Mike James of the Chicago Bulls shoots against Tony Mitchell of the Detroit Pistons. (Credit: Gary Dineen, Getty)

Mike James of the Chicago Bulls shoots against Tony Mitchell of the Detroit Pistons. (Credit: Gary Dineen, Getty)

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(CBS) – The Chicago Bulls finalized their roster Saturday, waiving center Dexter Pittman and forward D.J. White to trim the team down to 13.

The cuts mean 38-year-old guard Mike James made the team. James will be the fourth oldest player currently in the NBA.

James averaged 6.1 points-per-game and 3.1 assists per-game last season with the Dallas Mavericks, playing in 45 games and starting 23. He played 11 games with the Bulls in the 2011-12 season and averaged 4.8 points-per-game and 2.6-assists-per-game.

Pittman played last season with the Memphis Grizzlies and spent three seasons with the Miami Heat before that. White has spent six seasons in the NBA, playing for the Oklahoma City Thunder, Charlotte Bobcats and Boston Celtics.