ESPN salaries: $30M, $25M, up to $20M

ESPN salaries: $30M, $25M, up to $20M

ESPN is reportedly offering $30 million per year to replace Kevin Durant, and it could go higher than that.

ESPN has been a big fan of Durant for years and now the network has offered him the biggest deal in sports history.

The deal includes a $10 million signing bonus, a $6 million base salary and a $2 million signing bonuses per season.

Durant will be a free agent this summer, and ESPN’s new $20 million cap number could be around $10-12 million per season depending on how the NBA calendar unfolds.

Durant’s cap hit could be as high as $180 million.

Durant also signed an extension in 2016, and he’s scheduled to be paid $1.8 million in 2019-20.

Durant has been under contract for more than 10 years now, and his value has never been higher.

Durant is averaging 17.8 points and 8.3 rebounds per game.