Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker could be in line for a big pay-day this offseason after finishing the third year of his four-year, $10 million rookie deal. The 21-year-old has become the Sus’ talisman and one who has evolved into a legitimate 20-point scorer and now playmaker for the team.

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Despite likely finishing this season on the shelf with a sprain in his shooting hand, Booker expressed willingness to sign an extension with the organization, if one is offered this summer.

“I’ve been treated right from the day I was drafted, even when I was a rookie and didn’t play much,” he told Scott Bordow of The Arizona Republic during the preseason. “The city of Phoenix took me in with open arms and made me a part of their family. I’ve learned the history and traditions of the team. I know how much the city cares about the franchise and that means a lot to me, playing somewhere where people actually care about the franchise.”

“I love it here, I bought a house here and I intend to be here for a long time.”

Booker recently said one of the reasons why he has admired Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant is them playing their entire career with one team — of course with the exception of Jordan’s stint with the Washington Wizards.

Yet the Suns have gone 23-59, 24-58, and 19-59 during his first three seasons. Booker was asked if anything that’s taken place this season has changed his mind:

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“I mean, that’s a whole other discussion. A lot goes into that. When that time comes I’ll have to make a decision.”

“I’ve always said this is the place I want to be so if everything works out, yeah.”

Phoenix has seen a lot of instability with the coaching changes and the influx of youth becoming harder to manage in today’s NBA. Yet the franchise would be foolish not to make him a max offer, as the lone stable piece that is just hitting his stride en route to what his prime in this league could be.

Booker improved on last season’s averages again, posting 24.9 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 4.7 assists per game in his third season in the league, including a career-best across the board in shooting percentages.

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