Victor Oladipo dreamed about being on the Thunder a year before it ever happened. Now he can know he’ll be in Oklahoma City for years to come.

Oladipo and the Thunder agreed to a four-year, $84 million extension on Monday, the deadline to extend players still on rookie deals.

The extension is not maximum as Oladipo worked to take less than he could have possibly gotten elsewhere. It was reported earlier that Oladipo was seeking a maximum extension. He’s only played three games in a Thunder uniform but it’s clear he loves where he is right now.

With Oladipo locked up, reports suggest the Thunder will continue working to extend Steven Adams and Andre Roberson before tonight's deadline.

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Oladipo and Russell Westbrook have bonded very quickly in the short time they’ve been together. Oladipo speaks extremely highly of Russ and the tandem has formed one of the most athletic backcourts in the league.

That immediate chemistry coupled with Oladipo’s talent made it a no-brainer for the Thunder to work to lock him up long-term. And getting Oladipo for this price sets the Thunder up well for next summer.

After averaging 17.9 points per game his second year in the NBA, Oladipo’s scoring dropped to 16.0 last year with the Magic. Through three games he’s averaging 17.0 points a night in OKC.