Phoenix Suns security guard Devin Booker has completed up to $ 214 million in deals with Phoenix Suns for four years, Athletic reported Thursday.
Bookers are reported to sign the extension within the next week.
The contract begins after the booker's current transaction is closed. He has borrowed $ 70 million in the next two seasons. With the
extension, Booker will sign a contract with Sands throughout the 2027-28 season.
Booker was named the first team of the All-NBA for the first time last season. He posted his career's highest 26.8 points and 4.4 rebounds per game, and 4.8 assists to lead Phoenix to the best regular season record (64-18).
The 25-year-old Booker is an all-star three-time, averaging 23.5 points in 477 games (452 games) in seven seasons. He also has a career average of 4.7 assists and 3.9 rebounds.
Booker scored 978 3 points in his career, including last season's career best 183.
Booker averaged 26.1 points in 32 playoff games in his career. He led Sands to the 2021 NBA Finals, after which he lost to Milwaukee Bucks in six games.
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