When it comes to NBA max contracts, no school has been more successful than the University of Kentucky Wildcats under John Calipari.
A study done by CatsPause’s Chris Fisher broke down the absurd amount of max deals former Wildcats have landed, most recently by Karl-Anthony Towns and Devin Booker, who’ve both now landed two max deals since joining the NBA in 2015. John Wall and Anthony Davis have also both landed multiple max deals, as those four alone have almost accounted for over 1.3 BILLION dollars.
Tweet of the Day
Abby Steiner has signed a professional contract with Puma for $2 million, the biggest by an athlete coming out of the NCAA! pic.twitter.com/yfdrxmzJwr— Track & Field Gazette (@Athleticsglobe) July 4, 2022
This sounded nice, but Abby Steiner has since shot it down.
Abby Steiner responds to reports about a deal with Puma that made the rounds yesterday. https://t.co/N0afh64dQk— Tyler Thompson (@MrsTylerKSR) July 5, 2022
Whatever the case is, Steiner has an unbelievably bright future and will bring in plenty of wealth sooner rather than later.
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