Russell Westbrook plans to sign with the Los Angeles Clippers after finalizing a buyout with the Utah Jazz. Today we will discuss about Russell Westbrook: New contract| Current team.
Russell Westbrook: New contract| Current team
In 52 games for the Lakers this season, most of them off the bench, Westbrook is averaging 15.9 points, 6.2 rebounds and 7.5 assists per game. But while his counting numbers were still solid, his defense, inefficient shooting (41.7 percent from the field, 29.6 percent from 3-point land) and poor fit next to LeBron James and Anthony Davis were once again a problem for the Lakers. Was. There was also the fact that James was publicly lobbying for the team, which didn’t help the vibes in the locker room.
Russell Westbrook signed a 5-year/$206,794,070 contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder that includes $206,794,070 guaranteed and an average annual salary of $41,358,814. In 2022-23, Westbrook will earn a base salary of $47,063,478, while having a cap hit of $47,063,478 and a dead cap value of $47,063,478.
Westbrook finalized a contract buyout with the Jazz on Monday and plans to sign with the Clippers if he clears waivers, ESPN reports Adrian Wojnarowski.