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Raptors guard Kyle Lowry posts great Instagram after teammate signs a whopping $139 million deal to stay with the team

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Mozgov, DeRozan, Whiteside lead early NBA free agency agreements

NBA free agency kicked off at 12:01 a.m. ET on Friday, and the big deals started rolling in immediately.

Among those was the five-year, $139 million max contract for Toronto Raptors wing DeMar DeRozan.

DeRozan had been linked to several other teams but ultimately chose to stay with the Raptors, who made the Eastern Conference Finals after a franchise-best 56-26 season.

After reports of DeRozan's deal came out, his fellow All-Star backcourt teammate Kyle Lowry posted an Instagram of him and DeRozan together. It was a simple congratulation, but the hashtags made it. Lowry wrote in hashtags, "Dinner is never on me again" and "I already charged all my bills to your card."

It shouldn't be a problem for DeRozan, who now has an average yearly salary of $27 million.

NBA'S BEST FREE AGENTS:

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1. Kevin Durant

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2. LeBron James

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3. Andre Drummond

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4. Hassan Whiteside

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5. DeMar DeRozan

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6. Dwyane Wade

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7. Al Horford

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8. Mike Conley

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9. Nicolas Batum

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10. Dwight Howard

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11. Bradley Beal

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12. Harrison Barnes

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13. Pau Gasol

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14. Chandler Parsons

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15. Dirk Nowitzki

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16. Rajon Rondo

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17. Joakim Noah

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18. Al Jefferson

(Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports)

19. Ryan Anderson

(Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports)

20. Jordan Clarkson

(Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports)

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