Currently playing out the last year on a four-year, $44 million extension that he signed in October 2013 at a time that his long-term durability was still being questioned, Curry will be eligible in July for a new deal that sources say would be worth an estimated $207 million over five years, making it the richest contract in league history and paying out an estimated $47 million in the final season (2021-22).
December 6, 2021 | 4:22 pm EST Update
Ryan Ward: LeBron on if he’s seen enough to say this Lakers squad is a finished product: “No, I have not.” He did say, however, he “loved” how Rob Pelinka and Frank Vogel assembled the team.
Mike Trudell: LeBron on how he’s feeling right now given how few games he’s played, especially considering he hasn’t played more than four consecutive games: “I feel decent physically. I’m still getting back to where I was before the (initial abdominal strain).”
Mike Trudell: Asked about watching his son play in Saturday’s showcase, LeBron said he still thinks about playing w/him one day. He said Bronny’s dream is to play in NBA: “He has my support and my blueprint. With health and a little bit of luck, that would be the ultimate thing.”
Admiral Capital Group, a New York-based real estate investment firm co-founded by NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson, has made another office buy in North Texas. Admiral Capital has been acquiring properties in the Dallas-Fort Worth area since 2019. The investor’s latest purchase is an almost 200,000-square-foot office campus in Plano. The Apex building is at 3033 W. Bush Turnpike near Independence Parkway.
QC Sports, sister company of the music industry powerhouse label, Quality Control Music, has announced the launch of its new QC Sports Basketball Division. The company also announced the addition of successful industry veteran Derrick Powell as Global Head of Basketball. Powell brings with him 22 years of NBA insight, negotiation, and agency experience to the rapidly expanding QC Sports enterprise.