Jimmy Butler will spend his new contract on socks

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Bulls re-signed Jimmy Butler to a five-year, $90 million contract, and everyone would think Butler would go on a spending spree, but that’s not the case.

After he buys himself a plane ticket to San Diego to train and a house, Butler plans to buy fresh, new socks. Yes, Butler will spend his max contract on socks.

What’s the first thing you’re gonna do when you sign your new contract? Go back to San Diego and work out. That’s where it starts. I mean, what’s the first purchase? After I sign my big contract, I’m gonna make my brothers buy me dinner. They need to buy me something for a change. I think I’m gonna get me a house. That’s gonna be first. Probably get some new socks. Need some socks.

Jimmy Butler loves Taylor Swift Butler can buy a lot more than socks with his new contract, but the Bulls guard wants to keep his priorities straight. The plane ticket to San Diego and the new socks will help his basketball game.

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