Jordan Poole Contract Extension Prediction and Free Agency.
Jordan Poole’s contract with the Warriors is coming to an end, and the speculation on his free agency and how much his next contract should be is one of the top stories in the NBA at the moment.
So, how much is Jordan poole really worth?
Jordan Poole, 22, attended Michigan College and started his NBA career with the Golden State Warriors in 2019/20, He signed a 4- yr $10 million contract, which is by no means fair at the time for a rookie just starting their NBA Career.
Fast-forward to today, Poole has proven that he is valued way more than what he’s getting from his current contract and is on the verge of being offered a contract that would put him amongst the top players in the NBA.
Jordan Poole is currently ranked #58 among guards in the NBA with a salary of $3,901,399 for the 2021-22 NBA season.
Top 15 Guards Salary in the NBA compared to Jordan Poole.
|12||Tim Hardaway Jr.||$19,602,273|
Jordan Poole Salary Breakdown
|Jordan Poole Salary Breakdown for the 2021-22 NBA season based on his current Salary of $2,161,440 is $180,120 per Month, $26,359 per Game, $7,505 per Quarter, and $625 per Minute.|
|Salary Per Month:||$180,120|
|Salary Per Game:||$26,359|
|Salary Per Quarter:||$7,505|
|Salary Per Minute:||$625|
Jordan Poole Stats for the 2021-22 NBA Season
Here at Dcspinks.com we have created our own algorithm to predict what players should be earning based on their current and past performances.
To find out more about our algorithm you can check out our Player performance rating page for more info.
Based on our algorithm Jordan Poole’s contract will most likely be around the $75-$85 Million range on a 4-year deal.
Below is a breakdown of his contract based on the results from our algorithm.
Year 1- 17,000,000
Year 3- 21,000,000
Year 4- 23,000,000
If all goes well and Jordan Poole continues to improve, we could see a contract extension in the $100 million range, as our prediction is on the conservative side.
With the way Poole is playing at the moment, If the Warriors doesn’t offer him a contract extension, another team will surely make an offer for his services at the end of his current contract, which will rank him amongst the top paid players in the NBA.