Who has the biggest signing in NBA history?

Giannis Antetounmpo signed a five-year contract making him the highest-paid player in NBA history, despite Stephen Curry being the NBA’s highest-paid player for the 2021-22 season.

Stephen Curry not only finishes from outside the 3-point line but is also the highest-paid NBA player for the 2021-22 season. Curry is cashing in at the end of his contract, expected to earn $46 million by the end of this season, making him the NBA’s highest-paid player for this season.

Curry has signed an extension to his current contract that will begin at the start of the 2022-23 season worth $215 million. In the near future, Curry will have the biggest seasonal paycheck. Although Curry is the highest-paid NBA player for this season, Giannis Antetounmpo remains on the throne after signing the NBA’s biggest contract.

Giannis Antetounmpo advances to No.1

Antetounmpo signed a five-year contract with the Milwaukee Bucks with a guaranteed amount of $228 million, receiving an average salary of $45.6 million. The price of his contract has doubled from his previous deal, including a guaranteed $100 million with the Bucks. Although Curry has a higher salary per season, Giannis’ total contract value is the largest in NBA history. Antetounmpo’s supermax contract has officially surpassed the $228 million deal that the Rockets, James Harden, re-signed in 2017.

“Greek Freak” has won two NBA MVP awards in a row and can cover anyone in the league. He’s the third player in NBA history to win MVP and Defensive Player of the Year in the same season, and he certainly earned that record contract.

Antetounmpo’s contract includes an opt-out clause after the fourth year but with the way things are going in Milwaukee, it’s hard to imagine him wanting to play anywhere else.

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