Chicago pays $10.5M so both can move on

Updated: November 1, 2004, 3:39 PM ET
Associated Press

DEERFIELD, Ill. -- The Chicago Bulls parted ways with forward Eddie Robinson on Monday, buying out the last two years of his contract for $10.5 million and ending a relationship that has been strained since he arrived.


Robinson had two years and $13.9 million left on the deal he signed in 2001. The buyout makes him a free agent, and the Bulls agreed to pay him regardless of whether he signs with a new team. James Bryant, one of Robinson's agents, said that a handful ...

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