The LA Clippers have agreed to a contract extension wit…

The LA Clippers have agreed to a contract extension with Robert Covington, it was announced today by president of basketball operations Lawrence Frank. Per team policy, terms of the agreement were not released. “When we acquired Cov in February, we thought he would be a great fit for our team, and the past few months confirmed our belief,” said Frank. “He is an active, intelligent defender, and an excellent shooter who flourished in our system. We wanted to extend our relationship with Cov and are thrilled he wanted the same.”

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Andrew Greif: A source has confirmed Robert Covington's two-year, $24 million extension to stay with the Clippers, as @wojespn first reported. Gives the team another switchable, multi-positional forward to throw at teams. Jesse Beer: Hey Andrew is the contract fully guaranteed. Andrew Greif: Yeah, it’s a full guarantee, no option deal.
Robert Covington: We back!!!
Brian Seltzer: Bryan Colangelo calls Robert Covington "prime example of what hard work, dedication and commitment can lead to," citing growth as two-way wing player. Also praises his "character and professionalism." "This extension is both well-deserved, and a really great story.”
Robert Covington’s new contract was far from his mind during the 76ers’ victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday night. But around 2 a.m. Eastern time Thursday, a little more than an hour after the game, he reflected on the deal that he is about to sign. “I’m blessed to be here another four years,” Covington said while getting dressed. “It’s an opportunity that I have been looking forward to. I developed here for four years, and now, I’m going to be here for another four more.”
Derek Bodner: Rough numbers for the Covington extension: 2017-18: $16,698,103 2018-19: $10,018,862 2019-20: $10,820,371 2020-21: $11,621,880 2021-22: $12,423,389
Philadelphia 76ers forward Robert Covington is finalizing the framework of a four-year, $62 million contract extension, league sources told ESPN. Sixers general manager Bryan Colangelo and Covington's representatives with CAA Sports are expecting a signed agreement as soon as the end of this week, league sources said.
The deal will include a $15 million renegotiation bump on Covington's $1.57 million salary this season, plus an additional four years that'll keep Covington under contract through the 2021-22 season.
When asked if he was confident a deal could get done with the Sixers, Covington, who turns 27 in December, said he was. “We definitely have been in talks with everything,” Covington said during the Sixers’ media day on Monday at their practice facility in Camden. “Both side are very open to what is going on and it is a matter of the right move that is going to be made.”
As his contract is currently constructed, Covington, 26, is scheduled to make just $1.5 million for the 2017-18 season, which would make him one of the biggest bargains in the NBA. However, he is also set to hit unrestricted free agency following the season, and the organization doesn’t want to run the risk of losing him on the open market.
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