"The good thing about it is I am a free agent and I can go to a team of my choice," Brewer said.
Brewer is ready to find a new team and says he wants to go to a team where he can compete for a title while also getting a chance to be a contributor on the court. Last season with the Bulls, Brewer played in seventy one games starting forty three.
"I would like to go back to the Bulls, we talked right after they didn't pick up the option about signing at a lesser amount but then again I told them I would have to see the market, see what teams are interested and what my role would be on those teams."
Ronnie is also in Fayetteville for his annual Brew Crew basketball camp which has nearly one hundred and twenty campers at the Fayetteville Boys and Girls Club.
"I can kinda see myself in some of these kids, Brewer said. "Many years ago, Iwas in the same shoes they were, doing drills, trying to learn basketball and just trying to get better."
Brewer is excited about the camp and is hoping to raise some money for bigger facilities at the club to help with the growing numbers. To help in raising money he is hosting the Ronnie Brewer Foundation Charity Weekend with a bowling event and A Night with the Stars.
"All the money raised is to try and help the Boys and Girls Club. It should be a good weekend for Northwest Arkansas."
For more information on his camp or the Charity Weekend you can go to his website www.ronniebrewerjr.com