The Brooklyn Nets are coming out with long terms prospects for the team setting the extension plans for its top players in action and reassuring their chance to the championship. Kevin Durant is the first on the list to join the future plans of Sean Marks’s team hinting at his agreement for the contract extension for four-year, $198 million now signed through the 2025-26 season.
Following Durant are two other Brooklyn studs, James Harden and Kyrie Irving reported with conversations underway, while Marks reaffirms players’ training camp deals for the 2021-22 NBA season. Given Harden and Irving’s eligibility to hit free agency next summer, the former picks the 2022-2023 season option with a three-year extension worth $161 million while Irving opts for four-year, $186.6 million extensions on the same timeline. Nets’ 3-men core seems safe till 2026 who have played a combined 146 regular-season games for the team and Blake Griffin and Bruce Brown are next in line to continue the momentum.