September 27, 2022

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The Serbian may get the highest contract in the history of the NBA!  Lifetime offer for 27 year old [WIDEO]

The Serbian may get the highest contract in the history of the NBA! Lifetime offer for 27 year old [WIDEO]

Nikola Jokic may sign a new contract with the Denver Nuggets. And “NBC” reported that the contract prepared by the talented Serbian player will be the highest in the history of the NBA.

Nikola Jokic joined the NBA in 2014. Since then, he plays for the glory of only one club – the Denver Nuggets. He has been successful in the colors of this team, especially on the solo field.

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Although the Denver team didn’t make it to the league or conference championships at the time, the Serb himself had nothing to complain about. Many consider him one of the best players in the NBA.

This is evidenced by the title of MVP of the regular season, which was awarded to Jokici in 2021. Now once again, the 27-year-old is one of the nominees for this award, even though his team is already out in the first round of qualifying (1 -4 against the Golden State Warriors).

The Denver board of directors is well aware of the high degree of the intern, so it is preparing to propose a new contract for him. The current contract will expire in 2023.

NBC reports that the Nuggets leaders are determined enough to expand their relationship with Djokic that they can offer him the highest contract in the entire history of the NBA. It is estimated that the Serbian will earn $254 million for five seasons of the game.

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The 27-year-old now raises about $32 million for one season and is not among the top 10 paid basketball players. After signing the new contract, he was jumping to first place.

Of course I would like to sign an extension of the contract. If such an offer comes up, I will accept it without hesitation, because I have a very good relationship with everyone in the entire club – The center announced, citing the portal “PolskiKosz.pl”