Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant will sign a four-year, $198 million extension with the team once he’s eligible to do so on Saturday, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Durant will decline his 2022-23 player option and extend off his $42 million salary for 2021-22.

As noted on Boardroom, Durant will go over half a billion dollars earned in his NBA career with this deal. Here’s a breakdown of how the contract works out:

Kevin Durant just had a successful season coming off a torn Achilles, even with the disappointing playoff exit, and now he’s trying to lead Team USA to a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. He’s fully back to his old self and looks as good as ever back out on the court.

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Durant first signed with the Nets back in 2019 after he suffered the Achilles injury with the Golden State Warriors in the 2019 NBA Finals. The 32-year-old sat out the entire 2019-20 season, but then he returned and looked incredible this past season. He averaged 26.9 points, 7.1 rebounds and 5.6 assists while shooting 53.7% from the field and 45.0% from 3-point range.

In the playoffs, Kevin Durant put forth a heroic performance against the Milwaukee Bucks, nearly leading Brooklyn to victory despite injuries to James Harden and Kyrie Irving. Durant and the Nets fell just short in the end, but he showed just why he’s arguably the most fearsome offensive player in the NBA.

KD has carried that over to Tokyo. After struggling in the opener against France, Durant has led the way for Team USA. Next up is a rematch against France for the gold medal. Winning gold and then signing this extension would make for quite the celebratory weekend for Durant.

Harden and Irving are also eligible for extension this offseason, so we’ll see if they join Kevin Durant in securing the bag. There could be a lot of money handed out in Brooklyn.