James Harden, Houston Rockets Agree To $228M Contract Extension

James Harden has officially secured the bag!

The Houston Rockets baller has agreed to a staggering $228 million 4-year contract extension through the 2022-2023 season.

Harden’s super-max deal bumps Stephen Curry‘s $201M deal to become the biggest contract extension in NBA history.

[Read Also: NBA HISTORY: Stephen Curry Signs 5-Year $201M Super-Max Deal With Golden State Warriors]


With the megadeal, Harden is taking advantage of brand-new CBA rules that enable contract extensions for superstars. He became eligible to add four years to his deal after making the All-NBA team in May, and the Rockets became focused on locking him into an extension after their season ended.

“Houston is home for me,” Harden said in a statement released by the Rockets. “[Owner Leslie Alexander] has shown he is fully committed to winning, and my teammates and I are going to keep putting in the work to get better and compete for the title.”


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