We'll quickly chronicle the dismantling of the Bench Mob as each of the departed find a new home. We'll keep close eyes on Ronnie Brewer and John Lucas III to see where they go. But this article is devoted to C.J. Watson, the Bulls' back-up PG from 2010-2012.

Around 11:30 p.m. EST tonight, we got a tip from a source stating that C.J. Watson will find a new franchise quickly. And just 15 minutes later, ESPNNewYork reported that he inked a deal with the Brooklyn Nets to be Deron Williams' back-up.

Reports say that Watson is receiving a two-year deal worth the veteran's minimum (roughly $1.1 million) per season. The move takes the possibility of Derek Fisher joining the team out of the equation.

We wish C.J. Watson the best as he joins Brooklyn. See you this season, dude.

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