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The first five days of NBA free agency have sure been exciting and a lot of that excitement has been surrounding the champs.

First, Steph Curry re-signed with Golden State minutes after the period opened on July 1, which garnered him the largest deal in NBA history and was the major news of the first day of free agency.

First reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Curry signed a 5-year, $201 million deal per the two-time champ’s agent Jeff Austin of Octagon.

As much money as that is – he’ll take home $34.6 million this season¬†– Curry’s rival, LeBron James, doesn’t think it’s enough.

But that wasn’t the only moves the Warriors made.

Kevin Durant exercised his player option, but there wasn’t much doubt that he would re-sign. The questions were when and for how much.

As it turned out, those questions were answered, but not before the Warriors re-signed Andre Iguodala, one of the most dependable six men in the league and Golden State’s 2015 Finals MVP.

But there was much more that went down since Saturday but¬†Durant’s new contract wasn’t one of them.

There were several free agents that signed lucrative deals from the announcement of Curry’s contract until KD was eventually signed…to a deal not very lucrative after all.

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