(OKLAHOMA CITY) — Oklahoma City Thunder shooting guard Victor Oladipo and center Steven Adams are staying put in the Sooner State for several years to come.
The Thunder announced late Monday that both Oladipo and Adams were signed to multi-year contract extensions.
“We are excited to extend our partnership with Steven and Victor,” Thunder executive vice president and general manager Sam Presti said in a statement. “Both players represent the Thunder’s present and future, exhibiting the values that the Oklahoma community and our organization hold in high regard: hard work, team first, resiliency and citizenship.”
While Oklahoma City did not disclose the terms of the deals, sources told ESPN both players got four-year extensions, with Oladipo’s being worth $84 million and Adams’ worth $100 million.
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