Steven Adams has just cashed in big time. And we're not talking about a cliché, New Zealand "big time".
We're talking about a contract that sees him move into the top 10 for player salaries in the NBA.
Adams has recommitted to the Thunder for a further four years at a reported annual rate of $NZ35 million to surpass Team Oracle boss Sir Russell Coutts (NZ$13 million per year) at the summit of New Zealand's sporting rich list.
Here's the breakdown of what the reported US$100 million (NZ$140m) contract means.
First things first, Adams will earn $35m a year on his four year deal.
How does that compare?
The New England Patriots' Tom Brady is currently on a two-year deal earning $28.5m a year.
World golf's top three - Jason Day, Dustin Johnson, and Rory McIlroy - earned a combined total of $34m in PGA Tour earnings in 2015.
And the Premier League's Hull City have a wage bill of $43m for the 2016/17 season - that's $43m spread across approximately 36 players.
$820,312 an hour
Here's how Adams' money will look like game-by-game.
If he plays every minute of every regular season game, he'd earn $8,892 a minute while on court. He'd be getting $533,536 per hour of gameplay.
If we take his season averages, and adjust for his new role in Oklahoma this season, we can expect him to play roughly 32 minutes a game. If he played those minutes for every regular season game - excluding playoffs - he'd earn $13,671 a minute while on court.
He'd get $820,310 per hour of gameplay - enough to buy a house in Auckland every sixty minutes.
$64,220 per shot
Based on Adams' shot count from last season - dividing those shots by the minutes he played - we can assume that if he plays 32 minutes a game, he'd take 2180 shots over the next four years.
That's $64,220 per shot.
From the same math, Adams could score around 4264 points over the next four years, meaning he'd earn $32,833 per point.
That's the combined amount of guaranteed money that the Thunder have given 14 of their players this season - with Adams' current contract included.
Adams' could afford to pay every one of those 14 players, and still have $216,356 to himself.
11th on Player Salaries
With $35 million a year coming his way next season, Adams would sit eleventh on the list for players salaries.
That would be level with Dirk Nowitzki and ahead of Chris Paul.