Thanks to a series of injuries and questions about his future, the two-time MVP, Steph Curry has been one of the cheapest players for the skill set he brings.

Curry had been averaging $11 million per season during the last four years.

He struck a deal with the Warriors just after midnight for five years and $201 million.

There was almost no doubt coming into free agency that Curry would re-sign with the Warriors. No other team was going to be able to offer the same level of money that Golden State could.

With Curry locked up, the Warriors will now look to get a deal done with Kevin Durant after Shaun Livingston, and Andre Iguodala have already re-signed as well.

 

 

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