Tyrese Haliburton signs five-year max deal with Pacers

Tyrese Haliburton has signed one of the most valuable contracts in the entirety of the NBA.

The former Cyclone has agreed to a contract potentially worth $260 million, that will keep him with the Indiana Pacers for five seasons.

The contract averages out to approximately $52 million per year, which is more than the $48 million that Steph Curry netted last season.

Haliburton had some fun celebrating his news, as well as his teammates (Niang signs with Cavs, Morris traded to Pistons) over Twitter:

Haliburton averaged career highs in the 2022-23 season that saw him with 20.7 points and 10.4 assists per game for Indiana.

It also found the former Cyclone in his first ever NBA All-Star Game.

He will enter his fifth season in the league this winter.