Chris Paul New Orleans, who signed a four year contract with Phoenix for three years and nearly achieved a combination of 100 million Jessie Giants.
Eventually, Chris Paul signed a four-year, $12,000 million contract with the Phoenix Suns.
Paul had signed a $44.1 million contract with Phoenix this season. However, there was a player option.
Paul qualified for the FA instead of receiving the money. It wasn’t that I was going to leave Phoenix, it was to extend my contract.
Eventually, he signed a four-year contract and renewed the contract for a satisfactory amount. For Phoenix, Paul was needed.
This season, the Phoenix have been in exquisite harmony with Devin Booker and Diandre Aighton under Paul’s leadership. He finished second in the Western Conference and advanced to the Championship. Paul’s power has been maximized.
Paul also decided to spend the end of his career with Phoenix. Specifically, two years is fully guaranteed, and four years has a team option. The team option is the opposite of the player option. Phoenix can stay Paul if he wants to, or he can be released as an FA. It’s a win-win renewal.
Paul appeared on a local podcast on the 5th (Korea time) and told the behind-the-scenes story of his contract renewal. The interesting part was the proposal of the New Orleans Pelicans.
In New Orleans, Lonzo Ball was out. He left for the Chicago Bulls.
Therefore, New Orleans needed a veteran point guard to work with Zion Williams and Brandon Ingram. Chris Paul was the No. 1 recruiter, and Kyle Laurie was also considered.
He offered Paul three years and $100 million. In terms of salary alone, New Orleans’ offer surpassed Phoenix 토토사이트
In other words, Paul could have moved to New Orleans if he had the will to play with Zion and Ingram. If Paul joined the New Orleans, the league’s best two-to-two offensive line could be formed with Zion, who had been raging last season.
However, Paul was more attracted to success at Phoenix and challenges as a champion. Eventually, I decided to go to Phoenix, and the Paul-Zian union never happened.