Adrian Wojnarowski: Devin Booker and the Phoenix Suns are progressing toward finalizing a 5-year, $158M maximum contract extension as soon as the weekend, league sources tell ESPN. Suns presented the offer to Booker in Los Angeles today. – via wojespn
July 2nd Updates
The Suns may be closing in on a five-year contract extension for star guard Devin Booker. A Suns source confirmed Sunday night that Booker and his representative, Leon Rose, will meet with Suns’ Managing General Partner Robert Sarver and General Manager Ryan McDonough Tuesday in Los Angeles to discuss the framework of the extension. Booker is eligible for a five-year deal worth $158 million. The contract would not kick in until the 2019-2020 season. – via Arizona Republic
“I’ve been treated right from the day I was drafted, even when I was a rookie and didn’t play much,” Booker told azcentral sports. “The city of Phoenix took me in with open arms and made me a part of their family. I’ve learned the history and traditions of the team. I know how much the city cares about the franchise and that means a lot to me, playing somewhere where people actually care about the franchise. I love it here, I bought a house here and I intend to be here for a long time.  – via Arizona Republic
Scott Bordow: Can confirm that Devin Booker was upset with the Suns, not for the release of Tyler Ulis but that Suns didn’t let him know. But, don’t expect this to impact Booker’s desire to stay in Phoenix long term – via sbordow