Kemba Walker's four-year, $141 million contract agreement with the Boston Celtics is the largest contract in franchise history, but it wasn't the only record-setting pact from Sunday's crazy free agency splash.
According to ESPN Stats and Info, five teams, including the Celtics, agreed to terms on the richest contract in team history Sunday.
Five players today have agreed to terms on the largest contract in franchise history.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) July 1, 2019
Kevin Durant's deal with the Nets is the largest ever for a player that changed teams in free agency.
Tobias Harris' $180M contract is the largest for a player yet to make an All-Star Game. pic.twitter.com/uUqiZBCOaw
Walker's reported contract is a little higher than Gordon Hayward's four-year, $127,829,970 max deal signed in 2017. Hayward's contract was the previous record-holder for the C's as far as richest deals go.
Walker will replace Kyrie Irving as the Celtics' starting point guard and No. 1 option on offense next season. He scored a career-high 25.6 points per game for the Charlotte Hornets last season and also was named an All-Star Game starter and a member of the All-NBA third team.
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