Signed and sealed.
The Phoenix Suns have signed All-Star Devin Booker to a four-year, $224-million extension.
"Devin has had a truly special impact on our organization, our fanbase and the Valley community since he first arrived in Phoenix," said Suns Managing Partner Robert Sarver in a statement released by the team.
Booker, 25, became supermax eligible after being named All-NBA First Team this past season. He averaged a career-high 26.8 points including 5.0 rebounds, 4.8 assists and 1.1 steals while leading the Suns to a franchise-record 64 wins this past season. Booker finished fourth in MVP voting.
"Devin, with his work ethic and commitment to excellence, has established himself as one of the league's best players, elevating himself and our organization," said Suns General Manager James Jones. "We are beyond excited to extend the mutual commitment between Book, the Suns and the Phoenix community. He is just getting started."
In a written statement, Booker expressed gratitude to the Valley for embracing him during his first seven NBA seasons.
"The love from this city has been there from the beginning," Booker said in a message. "I'm honored and humbled to call this place HOME."
The 3x All-Star will be under contract through the 2027-28 season.