Warriors set to sign Curry for $201M

Ray Weaver
July 2, 2017

LeBron took to Twitter and pondered why the National Basketball Association even has a salary cap and thinks Curry should be getting way more...

It is a one-year deal, sources said.

Iguodala got a pretty good idea on Saturday, according to Bay Area News Group columnist Marcus Thompson, who reported that Iguodala will meet with the team and the Warriors are prepared to offer a three-year contract worth at least $13 million per season.

This is the case then for all of the elite players such as Curry, Kevin Durant and LeBron James, who, on Saturday afternoon, argued on Twitter dot com that there shouldn't be a max contract, given how much value the players bring to their teams. Durant is expected to sign after the Warriors are done making moves.

Stephen Curry has agreed to a 5-year, $201M deal with Golden State, agent Jeff Austin of Octagon tells ESPN. No...

Curry was finally able to cash in after playing on one of the most team-friendly contracts in the National Basketball Association. In fact, he suggested Curry should have been signing a $400M deal this summer.

With that in mind, let's take a look at the highest-paid players over the next five years. Will it make him the highest-paid player in the National Basketball Association next offseason?

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