Fred VanVleet is now the highest-paid undrafted NBA player ever | The Jump

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Rachel Nichols, Kendrick Perkins and Zach Lowe continue playing “Something, Nothing or Everything,” discussing the Sacramento Kings extending De’Aaron Fox with a big contract and the Toronto Raptors bringing back Fred VanVleet on a record-breaking deal for undrafted players. #TheJump #NBA #Sports

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