Thursday, November 1, 2012

Everybody Getting Locked Up: Contract Extensions

There have been a lot of extensions the past 24 hours.  Many of them flew under the radar with the more important announcements.  We didn’t want you to miss any news so here are our Daily Dribbles on the contract extensions that took place.

Jrue Holiday and the Philadelphia 76ers have agreed upon a four-year, $41 million extension.
With minor incentives, Holiday's deal could reach $46 million, according to Sam Amick.

James Harden enjoyed a nice pay day.  What’s more important than his 5 years - $80 million dollar deal is that he is now the star of a team which will lead to tons of endorsements for the beard.

The Denver Nuggets and Ty Lawson have agreed to a contract extension. The contract extension is worth $48 million over 4 years, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.

Taj Gibson and the Chicago Bulls have agreed upon a contract extension of $38 million over four seasons.

When the Golden State Warriors traded away guard Monta Ellis last May they showed a serious commitment to their point guard Stephen Curry. This season the Warriors front office showed that dedication even further by inking Curry to a four-year $44 million contract extension

The Toronto Raptors and DeMar DeRozan have agreed upon a four-year, $42 million (with bonuses) contract extension.


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