Phoenix Suns and Grayson Allen extend contract following career-best season.

Phoenix— In the wake of Grayson Allen's most successful season in the National Basketball Association (NBA), the Phoenix Suns and the guard have reached an agreement that will keep him with the organization for multiple years.  

According to ESPN, the agreement, which was made public on Tuesday, provides for a total of $70 million over the course of four seasons.  

Allen, who is 28 years old, set a new career best point average of 13.5 points per game while also leading the NBA in three-point field goal percentage with 46.1%. During the time that All-Stars Devin Booker,  

Kevin Durant, and Bradley Beal were establishing themselves, he was one of the few players on the team who was able to maintain consistency because he provided consistent floor space and long-range shooting.  

In the first round of the Western Conference playoffs, the sixth-seeded Suns will compete against the third-seeded Minnesota Timberwolves.  

According to a statement released by Allen, "I adore being in Phoenix and have faith in what we are capable of accomplishing here." "I would want to express my gratitude to Mat Ishbia and the organization for welcoming me  

My excitement lies in the fact that I will be making a long-term commitment to continue working with this team and to remain a part of this community  

In his sixth season in the National Basketball Association, Allen has previously played for the Milwaukee Bucks, Memphis Grizzlies, and Utah Jazz. His college basketball career was spent at Duke University.  

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