Why do you play basketball? For the money

In the basketball world, it’s not unusual for a player to sign a five-year, $40 million contract with an agent, who will then put him in a contract with a franchise.

There are no rules about the size of a player’s contract, or whether the player can sign with any team.

That’s a lot of money for an average NBA player.

It’s also a lot for a small-market team that might be forced to pay $2 million per year for a big-time talent.

Basketball fans know that the players are often the ones who have to pay the bills.

In many ways, that’s what happened to the Bulls, who are set to have to shed the payroll of their former All-Star forward Derrick Rose to pay off the contracts of several other players.

The Bulls, however, are the first team to sign Rose, a two-time NBA champion who signed with the Chicago Bulls in the summer of 2013.

When he signed, Rose was being paid $10 million per season, with a guaranteed salary of $22 million per game.

He signed a five year, $45 million contract last June.

Now the Bulls will have to find another $40 to sign Derrick Rose, even if he’s still only 30.

“It was a long process to get Derrick,” Bulls general manager Gar Forman said.

“We were very much looking for a long-term player that we believed would contribute in many ways.

And so we really believed he was the right person for us.”

Rose played two seasons with the Bulls and one year with the Memphis Grizzlies.

The former All Star is coming off his best season, when he averaged 19.3 points, 8.7 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 3.1 steals in the playoffs.

The two-year deal he signed in the offseason also includes an opt-out clause in 2019-2020, which allows him to opt out of the final two seasons of the contract at any time.

In addition, Rose can opt out after two seasons, though he will have the option of returning for the 2018-2019 season.

With a roster that is expected to be deep in free agency, a player like Rose could be the type of player who could help the Bulls in some way.

But with Rose playing out the contract, the Bulls also are going to have a lot more to spend.

There’s no guarantee that he’ll sign with the team, and there are other options, like free agents that have contracts for the 2019-20 season.

“I don’t want to say there’s a lock for Derrick,” Forman told reporters.

We just have to see where he ends up. “

He’s a good player, a great competitor.

We just have to see where he ends up.

I don’t think we’re going to be surprised if he goes somewhere else.”

With Rose on board, the Chicago Bulldogs will have a salary cap space of about $18 million to spend on free agents, though that figure doesn’t include any luxury tax hit or luxury-tax rebates that teams will get for re-signing players.

That means that they have a $18.6 million cap space for next season.

The Chicago Bulls are looking to get younger on the court, as well.

In a market that has grown accustomed to younger stars, it would be tough for a team like the Bulls to find enough big men that can help their defense, especially if they have to cut guys to make room.

But they might be able to do it by trading players like Derrick Rose or Tyler Ennis, who can both provide big-man help.

The biggest free-agent addition this offseason is shooting guard Jordan Hill, a six-foot-three, 245-pound power forward.

Hill has been one of the league’s top guards in the past three seasons, averaging 17.2 points, 5.4 assists and 2.3 rebounds per game over that span.

He’s also the reigning Defensive Player of the Year and was a two time All-NBA First Team selection.

Hill could be a steal for the Bulls.

But if he opts out, the team will have more flexibility in spending on players.

Hill can sign an extension that will pay him $21 million over the next four seasons, with an opt out in 2020-21.

If the Bulls decide to go the long-shot route of trading Hill, they can still make the move if they want.

They could bring him in to compete with Pau Gasol and Pau Gasan for a starting spot.

Gasol has a $24 million contract, and the Bulls have about $11 million available for the two-way contracts of Hill and Gasol.

“You’re always looking for talent,” Forma said.

If you want to be able, you’re going be able in the future to make moves to try to find that talent.

There was a lot to like about Hill last season, though

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