NBA Boston’s Tatum re-signs for 434.7 billion won for 5 years, the highest ever

Boston’s 18th career championship hero Surpasses teammate Brown’s contract value

Jason Tatum

Jayson Tatum, the ‘young forward’ who led the Boston Celtics to the top of the National Basketball Association (NBA), hit the jackpot with the NBA’s largest contract in history.

Citing an anonymous source, American sports media outlet ESPN reported on the 2nd (Korean time) that Tatum had re-signed with Boston for 314 million dollars (about 434.7 billion won) over 5 years.

The contract, he added, includes a clause giving the player the right to choose his team after one year and providing financial compensation if he transfers to another team.

The Associated Press reported that Tatum’s contract is the largest in NBA history, surpassing the five-year, $304 million contract signed by teammate Jaylen Brown ahead of the 2023-2024 season. 슬롯사이트

Tatum, 26, averaged 22.2 points, 7.8 rebounds and 7.2 assists in Boston’s 18th career championship against the Dallas Mavericks in the 2023-24 season.

After putting on a Boston uniform through the 2017 rookie draft, Tatum has grown into a top-class NBA player.

A five-time NBA All-Star, Tatum was a member of the U.S. basketball team that won gold at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics and will compete in the Paris Olympics, which open later this month.

News of Tatum’s contract came the same day that teammate Derrick White agreed to a four-year, $126 million extension.

Accordingly, starting players Tatum, Brown, White, Jrue Holiday, and Kristaps Porzingis have all completed their contracts, allowing Boston to keep its championship team until at least the 2025-2026 season.

Meanwhile, Tatum’s deal comes shortly after the team’s ownership group, led by Wick Groesbeck, announced plans to sell all of its shares by 2028.

Without any changes to the roster, Boston’s total payroll and luxury tax is expected to exceed $400 million, the Associated Press projects. 파친코사이트

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