According to information from ESPN, Russell Westbrook has re-signed for the Los Angeles Clippers, over two years, for an agreement of approximately 7.8 million dollars.
Russell Westbrook plays continuity. According to information fromESPN, who collected the confidences of the agent of the principal concerned, this Saturday, the basketball player signed an extension in favor of the NBA franchise of the Los Angeles Clippers. A jersey that the main interested party will continue to wear next season. The former MVP has re-signed for a period of two years with a player option at the end of the next financial yearfor a deal of around $7.8 million.
With his current formation, Westbrook has already played a total of 21 games, averaging 15.8 points, 7.6 assists and 4.9 rebounds. Previously, the player was already evolving on the side of Los Angeles, but under the colors of the Lakers. After 52 games played, the basketball player was then included in a three-team trade. At the trade deadline, Westbrook found himself on the side of the Utah Jazz.
Sabonis extends five years
Before leaving, at the end of last February, to sign for the Clippers. The Los Angeles franchise, with the aim of consolidating its starting five around Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, would be interested in a few star players from the prestigious Basketball League. Like, for example, James Harden. Or even Damian Lillard, again according to ESPN. A player who would like to leave the Portland Trail Blazers and who would now find himself particularly coveted.
For his part, the Lithuanian pivot Domantas Sabonis, now 27 years old and already three-time All-Star, also extended his contract, but in favor of the Sacramento Kings and for a total of five years, for a sum of approximately $217 million. Both parties have agreed to this. Last year, Sabonis allowed his people to play in the NBA play-offs, for the very first time since 2006.