All Stars Donovan Mitchell and Jayson Tatum both signed huge supermax contracts to continue playing with their respective teams in the National Basketball Association.
Reports said point guard Mitchell inked a $267-million fice-year contract extension with the Utah Jazz, that could increase with p erformance bonuses.
Tatum, who plays for the Boston Celtics, bagged a $200-million rookie max extension deal which is the richest among all NBA free agents.
De’Aaron Fox, the wiry point guard of the Sacramento Kings, managed to wangle a $163-million rookie max extension for the next five years during the first few minutes of free agency.
The contract is reportedly going to be effective in 2021, with a clause to allow Fox – who was the Clippers’ fifth pick in the 2017 NBA draft – to reach $195.6-million supermax status if he is named to the NBA All Star team.
Fil-Am Jordan Clarkson, on the other hand, agreed to a four-year deal with the Utah Jazz worth $52 million.
Jordan averaged 15.5 pts. in 42 games since joining the Jazz in December 2019.
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