Sport NBA: 92 million! Nuggets star prolongs prematurely
Nuggets' Gordon lands four-year, $92m contract extension
Aaron Gordon has agreed a lucrative new deal in Denver.Gordon's agent Calvin Andrews confirmed the lucrative new deal to the Undefeated on Tuesday.
The Denver Nuggets have agreed with Aaron Gordon to a premature contract extension. Thus, the Nuggets bind the forward to the team by 2026 and prevent it from coming to the free market next summer.
Gordon Agent Calvin Andrews by Klutch Sports confirmed the new deal against The Athletic and ESPN . The new four-year contract is therefore worth $ 92 million, including a player option for the last contract year (2025/26). According to Bobby Marks ( ESPN ), the basic salary of 88 million still four million dollars are added via potential bonuses.
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The Nuggets secured only in March by Trade the services of the soon 26-year-old, for that sent Denver Gary Harris, R.J. Hampton as well as a 2025 round chip to the Orlando Magic. Gordon should pose the last puzzle part on the way to a championship, this dream was destroyed by the violation of Jamal Murray.
Nevertheless, the athletics freak had to convince with its versatile defense, even if he was offensively involved in the playoffs (11.1 points and 5.4 rebounds). Already in August was to be heard that the franchise from Mile High City would like to extend early Gordon's 2022 contract.
coming season he is under contract for 16.4 million, then his average annual salary increases to about $ 22 million. Thus, the Nuggets have bound their core around MVP Nikola Jokic (Treaty until 2023), Murray (Treaty by 2025) and Gordon in the long term to the team. Michael Porter Jr. can also sign a contract renewal in this offseason.
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