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 TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -Arizona has lured Xavier's Sean Miller to Tucson with a five-year contract that pays him a base salary of $2 million per year plus a $1 million signing bonus.
Miller was introduced Tuesday as the replacement for Hall of Fame coach Lute Olson at a news conference held at the McKale Center in Tuscon.
The contract includes incentives that could add as much as $1.1 million to Miller's annual salary. Those include $175,000 for reaching the Final Four and another $375,000 for winning the national championship.
State rules limit the length of the contract, but Livengood says the school would work to add two more years to deal after a season or two.

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