LOS ANGELES: Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors have agreed on a two-year contract worth about $53 million in a move that comes two days after they came to terms with superstar Stephen Curry.
Durant, who is an unrestricted free agent, will have a player option on the second year, American sports broadcaster ESPN reported on Monday (Tuesday in Manila).
The 28-year-old Durant is expected to have an annual salary of between $25 million and $26 million.
The Warriors came to terms with point guard Curry on a five-year, $201 million contract on Saturday.
Durant left the Oklahoma City Thunder last summer to sign with the Warriors.
He played a key role this season in leading Golden State to its second National Basketball Association championship in three years over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In this year’s NBA finals, Durant averaged 35.