He'll have the option to become an unrestricted free agent after
one year, his agent Mark Bartelstein said.
Voskuhl averaged 5.3 points and 3.6 rebounds for Charlotte last
season as a backup to starting center Primoz Brezec.
"Bringing Jake back to our team provides experienced depth at
the center position," Bobcats coach and general manager Bernie
Bickerstaff said. "Jake has been a solid contributor for us on
both ends of the court."
The 28-year-old Voskuhl, acquired last summer from Phoenix in
exchange for a conditional second-round draft pick, missed 31 games
last season with various injuries. He came on late in the season,
scoring 18 points against Detroit in March.
A former second-round pick by Chicago in 2000, Voskuhl played on
Connecticut's 1999 national championship team.