On Friday, news surfaced that the Chicago Bulls have re-signed star guard Zach LaVine to a massive five-year $215 million max deal. Shortly after that happened, LaVine posted to his Instagram with a pretty hilarious message.

LaVine took video from The Wolf of Wall Street and used a specific scene to drive his point home. In the scene, Leonardo DiCaprio is informing all of his subordinates he's staying with the firm.

“You know what, I'm not leaving. I'm not leaving. I'm not f***ing leaving. The show goes on. This is my home.”

Of course, his face is placed over DiCaprio. Bulls head coach Billy Donovan, DeMar DeRozan and the Bulls mascot are among the minions listening to the news going bonkers.

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About a month ago, there were lots of rumors circling LaVine regarding his potential departure from Chicago. There were a number of interested suitors. Ultimately, he and the Bulls were able to work out a max deal to keep LaVine in Chicago through the 2026-2027 season.

LaVine's career arc has been an interesting one. He struggled the first couple seasons in the NBA to make a mark. In 2017, he signed with the Bulls but his struggles continued. He posted career lows in a number of categories that season. Then, all of a sudden in year five of his career he popped.

LaVine's production blew up, as did his efficiency in 2018. Over the last four seasons, the Bulls guard has averaged between 23.7 and 27.4 points per game with his three-point shooting off the charts. Interestingly, that was one of the biggest knocks on him coming out of UCLA was his range.

But if Chicago wants to contend for a title, they are going to need to do more than just bringing LaVine back.