12 Craziest Contracts Signed This Offseason
8. Jimmy Butler re-signs with Chicago Butler for 5 years, $90 million
Butler had a break-out year, making the all-star team during a season in which he led the Derrick Rose-less Bulls to the playoffs. Although he sometimes makes questionable decisions on the offensive end, Butler is definitely the best perimeter defender on the team. He also made it very difficult for LeBron to score in the Eastern Conference semi-finals, which not many players in the league can do. The Bulls are lucky that Butler didn’t leave to join a different team. Butler’s contract also included $4 million as a signing bonus.
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