The Bulls have offered Tyson Chandler a guaranteed contract in the neighborhood of Samuel Dalembert's six-year, $64 million deal with Philadelphia, which isn't a stunning development given the similarities between the two big men.
In Chandler's case, however, it doesn't seem to be enough.
A source familiar with the negotiations confirmed the offer, and it is believed the Bulls are offering incentives that could make the deal more lucrative for their 7-foot-1-inch restricted free agent.
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Do the Bulls even know what they are doing? It wouldn't surprise me if they traded the high schoolers they have before they become a Garnett, Bryant, or McGrady. I thought Artest was turning into a solid player.