The Los Angeles Clippers marked an important win on Tuesday after starting center Ivica Zubac agreed to a new deal with the team. There was some doubt about the 25-year-old's long-term future, with just one more year remaining on Zubac's deal.

ESPN's NBA guru Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Zubac has now committed himself to the Clippers for the next three years:

Los Angeles Clippers center Ivica Zubac has agreed on a three-year, $33 million extension, his agents Jeff Schwartz and Mike Lindeman of @excelbasketball tell ESPN. The Clippers declined his $7.5M team option for 2022-2023, clearing the way for Zubac's new deal.

As Woj's report states, Zubac actually had a team option on his previous deal with the Clippers that would have gotten him paid $7.5 million for this coming season. However, that would have been the last years of his contract and he would have become a free agent in the summer of 2023.

The Clippers clearly consider Zubac a key piece of their squad, and they simply had no intention of letting him go. He's now set to pocket roughly $11 million per year over the course of the next three seasons, which was a nice pay bump to the $7.5 million he was supposed to earn.

The Clippers have been making moves of late, and we definitely need to keep our eyes on this team for next season.