Golden State Warriors' Klay Thompson has agreed to a 4-year, $70 million contract extension to remain in the Bay Area. Sources tell Yahoo! Sports that the contract includes no options to opt-out for either side. Thompson had been targeting a max-contract all off-season long and finally landed it, hours before the deadline. The extension secures Thompson for four more years, keeping Golden State well within reach of contention.
The second member of the Slash Brothers averaged 18.4 points per game off 44% shooting from the floor and 42% shooting from three last season.