On July 1, Klutch Sports announced that Zach LaVine has agreed to a new contract with the Chicago Bulls. Klutch: "Zach Lavine agrees to a $215 million max deal to stay in Chicago! @ZachLaVine" LaVine made his second career All-Star Game last season, and the Bulls made the playoffs for...
2022 NBA free agency tracker: Zach LaVine gets supermax; Jalen Brunson to Knicks; Deandre Ayton still unsigned
NBA free agency is under way, and it's moving along at a rapid pace. As of Thursday evening, teams and players could officially begin negotiating new contracts. However, NBA fans didn't even have to wait that long for some major news. Just hours before free agency opened, Kevin Durant requested a trade away from the Brooklyn Nets. The K.D. request is sending shockwaves around the league, and having one of the best players in basketball on the trading block will dictate how many teams operate this offseason.
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2022 NBA free agency rumors: Live updates as Zach Lavine, Bulls agree on max deal; Knicks, Celtics make moves
NBA free agency is moving along swiftly after starting Thursday at 6 p.m. ET, when teams could start negotiating deals with players. However, contracts won't actually be official until the moratorium period is lifted on July 6. Hours before free agency officially kicked off, Kevin Durant requested a trade away from the Brooklyn Nets. One of the NBA's biggest superstars is now set to change teams this summer, and K.D.'s trade request will undoubtedly impact how teams handle their offseason business.
2022 NBA free agency rumors: Live updates as James Harden, 76ers discuss new deal; Bulls pay Zach LaVine
The 2022 NBA free agency period got started not with a signing, but with Kevin Durant's stunning request to be traded from the Brooklyn Nets. With Kyrie Irving also expected to follow him out the door, that drama and intrigue has stolen the show the last few days. It's perhaps...
2022 NBA free agency tracker: Zach LaVine, Bradley Beal returning on supermax deals; Knicks get Jalen Brunson
NBA free agency is under way, and it's moving along at a rapid pace. As of Thursday evening, teams and players could officially begin negotiating new contracts. However, NBA fans didn't have to wait that long for some major news. Just hours before free agency opened, Kevin Durant requested a trade away from the Brooklyn Nets. The K.D. request is sending shockwaves around the league, and having one of the best players in basketball on the trading block will dictate how many teams operate this offseason.
The two former UCLA standouts cashed in with brand new contracts from their respective teams on Thursday, while Kyle Anderson left the Grizzlies.
The Chicago Bulls got the news they wanted on Friday morning. Zach LaVine officially committed to returning to the franchise on a five-year, $215.2 million max contract, and he told Chicago in one of the best ways possible. Take a look:. If you’re unaware, that is the famous scene from...
The Zach LaVine free-agency saga is over. Friday morning, the two-time All-Star guard agreed to a five-year, $215 million maximum contract to return to the Chicago Bulls. And as social media exploded in reaction to the news, LaVine got in on the fun. Upon agreeing to terms, LaVine posted a...
Fret not, Zach LaVine hasn’t made us wait too long and has decided to officially re-up with the Chicago Bulls for the next half-decade. Now that LaVine has finally re-signed, the Bulls can go proceed with their offseason plans and look to build a contender around their All-Star trio.
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The Bulls re-signed Zach LaVine to a max deal, but the rest of free agency has been disappointing thus far with deals for only Andre Drummond and Derrick Jones Jr. As other teams make big moves around them, where do the Bulls stand and what else can they do? Will they actually be willing to go into the luxury tax? How will they be able to compete next season? Jason, Ricky and others discuss all of this on a special free agency episode on Spotify Live.
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The Chicago Bulls and Zach LaVine have agreed to a five-year, $215 million max contract extension, Klutch Sports announced Friday. LaVine, 27, has blossomed into a two-time All-Star in Chicago, where he arrived in the trade that sent Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2017, and -- along with DeMar DeRozan -- was the cornerstone of Chicago's return to the Eastern Conference playoffs for the first time in five years this past season.
All-Star guard Zach LaVine is staying with the Chicago Bulls after agreeing to a five-year, $215.2 million deal, his agency confirmed to Shams Charania on Friday. LaVine was the biggest free agent on the market, but there was little doubt he would leave the Bulls. LaVine turned in another efficient...
CHICAGO (AP) — Zach LaVine is staying with the Chicago Bulls. The two-time All-Star and Olympic gold medalist said Friday he has agreed to a new deal with the Bulls. LaVine will be signing a five-year max contract worth about $215 million, according to a person with direct knowledge of the terms who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the pact cannot be signed until next week by league rule.
NBA free agency: Latest Bulls intel on LaVine, Bamba, White originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. NBA free agency begins at 5 p.m. Thursday. It’s always a fluid game, one of musical chairs, with targets shifting as the market dictates. But as of Thursday morning, here’s the latest intel...
The Bulls and guard Zach LaVine are in agreement on a five-year, maximum-salary contract that will include a fifth-year player option, agent Rich Paul tells Shams Charania of The Athletic (Twitter link). As our chart of maximum salaries for 2022-23 shows, LaVine will earn approximately $43M per year on his...