Chicago Sun-Times

Bulls, Noah agree on 5-year extension

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Bulls general manager Gar Forman announced Sunday night that the team has reached an agreement on a five-year contract extension with center Joakim Noah. No terms were released but a source said the total value of the deal is in the $60 million to $65 million range.

Because Noah, 25, is entering the final year of his rookie contract, the Bulls had until the end of this month to get a deal done. The extension will kick in during the 2011-2012 season and means he won't become a restricted free agent next summer. He will make just over $3.1 million this season.

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The correct thing to do, considering Boozer will be out for 8 weeks, with a broken hand!

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