Wizards, Wall agree to $170M extension

Solenn Plantier
Juillet 22, 2017

He has agreed to the four-year, $170 million extension from the Washington Wizards under the Designated Player Veteran Exception, which makes him one of the highest paid players in the National Basketball Association. Wall confirmed the deal using the video platform "Uninterrupted". He has made the All-Star team four times in his seven year career, and was named to the third-team All-NBA team last year.

Along with the two current seasons on his contract, Wall will earn an estimated $207 million through 2023 under his new designated player veteran extension, league sources said.

Aldridge reports that Wall's extension will kick in starting in 2019 and will add $170 million to his existing five-year deal.

As NBA.com also pointed out, this means the Wizards will have their top three players under contract for at least the next four seasons. They also signed guard Jodie Meeks and forward Mike Scott.

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