Jimmy Butler officially signed his five-year, $95.5 million deal with the Bulls on Thursday.
The Bulls will hold a press conference on Thursday to announce a maximum contract for Jimmy Butler.
Jimmy Butler downplayed the reported tension between himself and Derrick Rose during a recent interview.
Updating a previous item, Jimmy Butler's contract will be a five-year, $90 million deal with the fifth year being a player option.
Jimmy Butler is finalizing a max deal with the Bulls worth $95 million over five years.
Jimmy Butler is reportedly "leaning strongly" towards accepting the Bulls' five-year, $90 million max offer as opposed to a shorter deal.
Jimmy Butler is "considering accepting" the Bulls' max five-year contract offer, according to RealGM's Shams Charania.
Jimmy Butler is likely to return to the Bulls after postponing meetings with teams interested in signing him, according to Chris Broussard of ESPN.
The Bulls have made a max qualifying offer to Jimmy Butler, according to Eric Pincus of the Los Angeles Times.
Jimmy Butler wants to sign a one-year deal with the Lakers in free agency, sources told the Los Angeles Daily News.
Jimmy Butler could be "willing to play hardball with the Bulls" in the free agent market, according to Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times.
Jimmy Butler reportedly plans to pursue a short-term contract this offseason as a restricted free agent in order to again hit the open market after the salary cap skyrockets in 2016.
Jimmy Butler scored a team-high 20 points during a Game 6 94-73 loss to the Cavs on Thursday, adding five rebounds, one assist, one steal and two 3-pointers in 44 minutes.
The Bulls lost Game 5 despite Jimmy Butler's team-high 29 points (9-of-18 FGs, 8-of-8 FTs), three 3-pointers, nine rebounds, three assists, one block and one turnover.