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Sacramento Kings Extend Buddy Hield for 4-Years and up to $106 Million

After publicly stating he would request a trade if no extension was agreed upon, Buddy Hield has signed a new contract with the Sacramento Kings. According to The Athletic’s Sam Amick is reporting that Hield has agreed to a four-year deal with up to $106 million worth of incentives.

With $20 million worth of incentives, $10 million of those incentives are reportedly likely to happen. There are incentives for ranking in the top 10 for three-point shooting, All-Star appearances and even NBA Finals appearances.

Hield, 26, has averaged 14.9 points per game in his career. Last season, Hield averaged a career-high 20.9 points per game. He shot 42.7 percent from the three-point range. Hield also had career-high averages in assists, steals and blocks in the 2018-2019 season.

The Kings will hope that with Hield and De’Aaron Fox manning the backcourt, they can make a push for the playoffs in the tough Western Conference.


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