After other teams give up, Jimmy Butler commits to Bulls

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Andrew A. Nelles~Sun-Times Media

UPDATE, 2:15 p.m.: Jimmy Butler gives verbal commitment to four-year deal with player option for a fifth that would be worth $90 million.

After the Bulls offered Butler a five-year max contract worth $90 million, other teams who first pursued Butler gave up, according to Yahoo Sports writer Adrian Wojnarowski.

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This report came after Butler canceled all meetings with other teams.

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