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5 players sign contract extensions before deadline

Jaylen Brown, Buddy Hield and other 2016 NBA Draft picks signed rookie-scale contract extensions before Monday's deadline

From NBA.com Staff

Oct 21, 2019 6:14 PM ET

Jaylen Brown signed a four-year extension with the Celtics on Monday.

For players drafted in the 2016 NBA Draft, the deadline to sign rookie-scale contract extensions was set for 6 p.m. ET on Monday. Now that the deadline has come and gone, here are the players who agreed to new terms on Monday.

 
A smattering of young NBA stars signed contract extensions on Monday afternoon.

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(All contract terms are reported.)

Jaylen Brown, Celtics 

> Four years, $115 million

Buddy Hield, Kings

> Four years, $106 million

Domantas Sabonis, Pacers

> Four years, $77 million

Dejounte Murray, Spurs

> Four years, $64 million

Taurean Prince, Nets

> Two years, $29 million

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Players Who Extended Before Monday:

• Ben Simmons, Sixers (5 years, $170 million)
• Jamal Murray, Nuggets (5 years, $170 million)
• Pascal Siakam, Raptors (4 years, $130 million)
• Caris LeVert, Nets (3 years, $52.5 million)

Notable Players Who Didn't Sign Extensions:

• Brandon Ingram, Pelicans
• Bogdan Bogdanovic, Kings
• Malik Beasley, Nuggets
• Juancho Hernangomez, Nuggets
• Thon Maker, Pistons
• Jakob Poeltl, Spurs
• DeAndre Bembry, Hawks
• Damian Jones, Hawks


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