According to multiple reports, the Dallas Mavericks are agreeing to a contract extension with their starting forward Dorian Finney-Smith. Reports initially had the deal as $52 million over four years, however ESPN’s Tim MacMahon has clarified it might be for slightly more:
Dorian Finney-Smith’s new deal will be four years in $55 million range, the most the Mavs could give him on an extension. An undrafted signee by the Mavericks in 2016, Finney-Smith has grown immensely over his time in Dallas.
Undrafted Dallas F Dorian Finney-Smith, fresh off agreeing to an extension worth about $55 million: “My mama worked at Church’s my first few years in the league. I tried to get her to quit. I’m glad she can just kick up her feet and chill.”
– Tim MacMahon February 11, 2022
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