Kevin Garnett's recent two-year deal with the Timberwolves could turn out to be historic.
The contract calls for $16 million if Garnett decides to play both seasons, pushing his career earnings to $343.4 million over 22 seasons.
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That would be the highest in NBA history, according to Business Insider.
Garnett, 39, came into the league out of high school in 1995. Minnesota selected him No. 5 overall.
The Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported his most recent contract includes a provision allowing Garnett to move into a management role with the team if he chooses not to play the 2016-17 season.
Either way, Garnett's playing career will be one of the most financially rewarding in any sport.