Utah Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson ‘agrees new three-year, $55m deal’ as agent Rich Paul seals another deal – Maxsports
May 15, 2024

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Utah Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson ‘agrees new three-year, $55m deal’ as agent Rich Paul seals another deal

Rich Paul seals ANOTHER client a big pay-day as Utah Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson ‘agrees new three-year, $55m deal’

  • Clarkson was second on the Jazz in points and led the team in assists last season 
  • Rich Paul has already secured multiple big contracts for many of his clients 
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The Utah Jazz and guard Jordan Clarkson have reportedly agreed to a new extension as NBA free agency is well underway.

Per Shams Charania, Clarkson – a client of NBA super agent Rich Paul – will reportedly agree to a $55million deal extended to three years. 

Clarkson finished last season with the second-most points on the Jazz with 20.8 points per game.

He also led the team in assists while averaging four total rebounds and half a steal per game.

It’s yet another major deal for a Rich Paul client after a successful opening day of free agency on June 30.

Utah Jazz forward Jordan Clarkson has agreed to a three-year, $55million extension

Utah Jazz forward Jordan Clarkson has agreed to a three-year, $55million extension

Clarkson's agent, Rich Paul, was able to negotiate yet another big deal in free agency

Clarkson’s agent, Rich Paul, was able to negotiate yet another big deal in free agency

On Friday, three of Paul’s longtime clients got major paydays as the super agent got right to work.

Power forward Draymond Green was able to put pen to paper on a $100million, four-year extension with the Golden State Warriors.

Then, point guard Fred VanVleet was able to ink a three-year, $130million deal to leave the Toronto Raptors and join the Houston Rockets.

Finally, forward Jerami Grant re-signed with the Portland Trail Blazers at a whopping $160m, five-year agreement.

Paul represents a number of superstar athletes in the NBA – from younger players like De’Aaron Fox and Darius Garland to veterans like LeBron James and Anthony Davis.