Best, worst 2013 extensions
Which long-term deals last season are working out so far?
Let's take a look at those 12 deals and see how they've worked out for both the team and the player. For reference, all total listed years and dollars are from the point of the signing through the expiration of the extension, and in some cases, include years already covered by a previous contract.
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