Devin Booker and the Phoenix Suns officially agreed to a five-year, $158 million maximum contract extension on Saturday night, and Booker said he is “humbled” and “honored” to be with the Suns for the next five years. He released a statement on Twitter shortly after the deal was agreed to.

“I am humbled & honored to commit to the Suns organization long term. I loved calling Phoenix home the last 3 seasons as this team & community are special to me. Thank you to the Suns for drafting me and believing in me. I look forward to the future & pursuing a title as a Sun.”

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Since coming out of Kentucky, Booker has developed into a star with the Suns, and if the roster continues to improve around him, it shouldn’t be long, for the Suns are competing again in the Western Conference. Booker dropped to the 13th pick in the 2015 draft where the Suns selected him, but if he continues to improve he will end as one of the top players in the draft.

Last year as a 21-year-old Booker played in 54 games averaging 24.9 points, 4.7 assists, and 4.5 rebounds. Booker already has impressive feats in his career, including a 70 point game against the Boston Celtics as a 20-year-old.

Booker still has a lot of room for improvement on defense, but on offense, he is a special talent, and in his first three years he has shown why he is worth the max extension. Now he just needs to keep working hard and make sure he helps payoff the big payout.