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The Brooklyn Nets have locked down one of the franchise’s three superstars with Kevin Durant signing an extension.

ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported on Saturday morning that Durant is close to signing a four-year, $198 million ($270m) maximum contract extension after he becomes eligible on Sunday.

Durant’s longtime business partner Rich Kleiman confirmed the deal on Boardroom, with the Nets superstar declining his 2022-23 player option and instead extend off his $42 million salary for the 2021-22 season.

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With Durant committed, the next step for Brooklyn will be to negotiate extensions with fellow franchise cornerstones Kyrive Irving and James Harden.

Both are eligible to sign contract extensions with Brooklyn this off-season.

Harden could extend for up to three years at $161.1 million ($A219.1m) while Irving is eligible for four years and $181.6 million ($A247m).

Although, Irving could opt for a five-year, $235 million ($A320m) max deal in 2022 if he does not extend and instead opts out after next season.

In the event that Harden and Irving both extend this offseason it will equate to $540 million ($A736m) in total put towards the ‘big three’, with the potential to safeguard one of the league’s longest and most dominant dynasties.

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Those extensions would take Durant, Harden and Irving until they are 37, 36 and 33 respectively.

There were doubts over Durant’s health heading into last season, with question marks over whether a previous Achilles injury would impact his explosiveness on the floor.

Durant though silenced his sceptics to average 26.9 points, 7.1 rebounds and 5.6 assists and played in his 11th All-Star game, although he only played 35 regular-season games due to a hamstring injury and Covid-19 related complications.

The Nets will be banking on Durant, Harden and Irving having more time on the court together in the 2021-22 season after failing to advance to the Eastern Conference finals.

CONFIRMED DEALS

Atlanta Hawks

Trae Young has agreed to a five-year, $207 million deal

John Collins agreed to five-year, $125m deal

Solomon Hill agreed to a new deal

Gorgui Dieng agreed to a one-year deal

Lou Williams agreed to a one-year deal

Boston Celtics

Enes Kanter agreed to a one-year deal

Brooklyn Nets

Kevin Durant agreed to a four-year, $198 million deal

DeAndre’ Bembry agreed to a one-year deal

Patty Mills agreed to a two-year, $12 million deal

James Johnson agreed to a one-year deal

Blake Griffin agreed to a one-year deal

Bruce Brown agreed to a one-year deal

Charlotte Hornets

Kelly Oubre. Jr agreed to a two-year, $26 million deal

Ish Smith agreed to a one-year deal

Chicago Bulls

Alex Caruso agreed to a four-year, $37 million deal

Lonzo Ball agreed to four-year, $85 million deal

DeMar DeRozan agreed to a three-year, $85 million deal

Tony Bradley agreed to a one-year deal

Cleveland Cavaliers

Jarrett Allen re-signed on five-year, $100 million deal

Dallas Mavericks

Reggie Bullock agreed to a three-year, $30.5 million deal

Tim Hardaway Jr. agreed to a four-year, $74 million deal

Boban Marjanovic agreed to a new deal

Sterling Brown agreed to a new deal

Reggie Bullock agreed to a new deal

Denver Nuggets

Jeff Green agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal

JaMychal Green agreed to two-year, $17 million deal

Austin Rivers agreed to a one-year deal

Will Barton agreed to a new deal

Detroit Pistons

Kelly Olynyk agreed to a three-year, $37 million deal

Corey Joseph agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal

Trey Lyles agreed to a two-year, $5 million deal

Saben Lee agreed to a three-year deal

Golden State Warriors

Steph Curry agreed to a four-year, $215 million deal

Otto Porter Jr. agreed to a new deal

Nemanja Bjelica agreed to a veteran-minimum deal

Andre Iguodala agreed to a three-year deal

Houston Rockets

Daniel Theis agreed to a four-year, $36 million deal

David Nwaba agreed to a three-year deal

Indiana Pacers

TJ McConnell agreed to a four-year, $35 million deal

Torrey Craig agreed to a two-year deal

Keifer Sykes agreed to a deal

Los Angeles Clippers

Nicolas Batum agreed to a two-year deal

Justise Winslow agreed to a two-year deal

Los Angeles Lakers

Kendrik Nunn agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal

Talen Horton-Tucker agreed to a three-year, $32 million deal

Malik Monk agreed to a new deal

Carmelo Anthony agreed to a one-year deal

Dwight Howard agreed to a new deal

Trent Ariza agreed to a one-year deal

Wayne Ellington agreed to a deal

Kent Bazemore agreed to a deal

Memphis Grizzlies

N/A

Miami Heat

Kyle Lowry agreed to a three-year, $90 million deal

PJ Tucker agreed to a two-year, $15 million deal

Duncan Robinson agreed to a five-year, $90 million deal

Jimmy Butler agreed to a max-contract extension

Victor Oladipo agree to a new one-year deal

Markieff Morris agreed to a one-year deal

Gabe Vincent agreed to a two-year deal

Max Strus agreed to a deal

Dewayne Dedmon agreed to a one-year deal

Milwaukee Bucks

Rodney Hood agreed to a one-year deal

Bobby Portis agreed to a two-year deal

Semi Ojeleye agreed to a deal

Minnesota Timberwolves

N/A

New Orleans Pelicans

Devonte Graham agreed to a four-year, $47 million deal

Didi Louzada agreed to a four-year deal

Garrett Temple agreed to a new deal

Willy Hernangomez agreed to a three-year deal

New York Knicks

Julius Randle agreed to a four-year, $117 million deal

Kemba Walker joined from OKC in sign-and-trade, two-year $70 million deal

Taj Gibson agreed to a one-year, $2.7 million deal

Derrick Rose agreed to a three-year, $43 million deal

Evan Fournier agreed to a four-year, $78 million deal

Nerlens Noel agreed to a three-year, $32 million deal

Alec Burks agreed to a three-year, $30 million deal

Oklahoma City Thunder

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander agreed to a five-year, $172 million deal

Mike Muscala agreed to a two-year, $7 million deal

Orlando Magic

Robin Lopez agreed to a one-year, $5 million deal

Mo Wagner agreed to a two-year deal

Philadelphia 76ers

Danny Green to a new two-year, $20 million deal

Furkan Korkmaz agreed to a three-year, $15 million deal

Andre Drummond agreed to a one-year deal

Georges Niang agreed to a two-year deal

Phoenix Suns

Abdel Nader agreed to a two-year, $4.2 million deal

Chris Paul agreed to a four-year, $120 million deal

Cameron Payne agreed to a three-year, $19 million deal

Chris Paul agreed to a four-year deal

Portland Trail Blazers

Norman Powell agreed to a five-year, $90 million deal

Cody Zeller agreed to a one-year deal

Tony Snell agreed to a one-year deal

Sacramento Kings

Richaun Holmes agreed to a four-year, $55 million deal

Alex Len agreed to a two-year, $7.65 million deal

Moe Harkless agreed to a two-year, $9 million deal

Terence Davis agreed to a two-year deal

San Antonio Spurs

Zach Collins agreed to a three-year, $22 million deal

Doug McDermott agreed to a three-year, $42 million deal

Chandler Hutchinson joints from Wizards via trade

Jock Landale agreed to a two-year deal

Toronto Raptors

Khem Birch agreed to a three-year, $20 million deal

Ishmail Wainright agreed to a two-year deal

Gary Trent Jr. agreed to a three-year, $45 million deal

Goran Dragic agreed to a sign-and-trade deal

Sam Dekker agreed to a deal

Utah Jazz

Eric Paschall joined via trade from Golden State

Hassan Whiteside agreed to one-year deal

Rudy Gay agreed to a two-year, $12.1 million deal

Mike Conley agreed to three-year, $68 million deal

Washington Wizards

Spencer Dinwiddie joined in sign-and-trade from Nets

Raul Neto agreed to return

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