Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Derrick Rose Chicago Bulls charged at 94 million in five years

The MVP of last season in the NBA, Derrick Rose, is close to extending his contract with the Chicago Bulls. The former University of Memphis, with a contract in force in the Windy City nearly $ 7 million, would renew for four more seasons, as reported by the magazine Slam.

Rose's salary would amount to 94 million dollars in 5 years, thanks to a new normal collective agreement recently signed in which it allows certain rookies receive a salary of more than 30% salary cap signed to reward performance. This new rule is known as the 'Derrick Rose Rule', since the base is the best example of it. Man Bulls franchise will have a salary level of the likes of superstar Dirk Nowitzki, Pau Gasol or Amare Stoudamire. Rose charged 2 million more per year than LeBron James.

Rose, born in Chicago and of humble origins, became the 2010-2011 season in the first regular season MVP belonging to the Bulls since Michael Jordan's second retirement in 1998 and is a reference in the NBA. With this renewal, Chicago wants to reward the player and give you even more All-Star category.


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