Here are the extensions signed from the 2018 NBA Draft class

Oct 19, 2021, 8:18 AM | Updated: 5:46 pm
Khris Middleton #22 of the Milwaukee Bucks shoots against Mikal Bridges #25 of the Phoenix Suns dur...
Khris Middleton #22 of the Milwaukee Bucks shoots against Mikal Bridges #25 of the Phoenix Suns during the first half in Game One of the NBA Finals at Phoenix Suns Arena on July 06, 2021 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
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The rookie contract extension deadline for the 2018 NBA Draft class passed Monday, and 11 first-rounders signed deals.

Among them were Phoenix Suns wing Mikal Bridges, who agreed to a four-year, $90 million extension Monday morning. Suns guard Landry Shamet, whom the Suns traded for this offseason, signed a four-year deal worth $43 million Monday as well.

But the franchise was unable to comes to terms with center and No. 1 overall pick Deandre Ayton. The Suns were reportedly unwilling to offer a five-year max contract, which Ayton sought.

Most of the players who did not agree to extensions will be extended qualifying offers from the teams to make them restricted free agents next summer, and they will have the choice to sign the one-year deal or enter restrictive free agency, where their current team can match any offers by other teams.

Here are the 2018 first-rounders, their current teams and whether they have a contract beyond the 2021-22 season:

1. Suns — Deandre Ayton — No extension
2. Kings — Marvin Bagley III — No extension
3. Mavericks— Luka Doncic — Five years, $207 million
4. Grizzlies — Jaren Jackson Jr. — Four years, $105 million
5. Hawks— Trae Young — Five years, $172.5 million
6. Magic — Mo Bamba — No extension
7. Magic— Wendell Carter Jr. — Four years, $50 million
8. Cavaliers — Collin Sexton — No extension
9. Knicks — Kevin Knox — No extension
10. Suns — Mikal Bridges — Four years, $90 million
11. Thunder — Shai Gilgeous-Alexander — Five years, $172.5 million
12. Hornets — Miles Bridges — No extension
13. Jerome Robinson (not on an NBA roster)
14. Nuggets — Michael Porter Jr. — Five years, $172.5 million
15. Bulls — Troy Brown Jr. — No extension
16. Zhaire Smith (not on an NBA roster)
17. Bucks — Donte DiVincenzo — No extension
18. Spurs — Lonnie Walker IV — No extension
19. Hawks — Kevin Huerter — Four years, $65 million
20. Timberwolves — Josh Okogie — No extension
21. Bucks — Grayson Allen — Two years, $20 million
22. Suns — Chandler Hutchison — Not eligible (had been waived and not on rookie contract)
23. Wizards — Aaron Holiday — No extension
24. Trail Blazers — Anfernee Simons — No extension
25. Magic — Moritz Wagner — Not eligible (had been waived and not on rookie contract)
26. Suns — Landry Shamet — Four years, $43 million
27. Celtics — Robert Williams III — Four years, $48 million
28. Jacob Evans (not on an NBA roster)
29. Dzanan Musa (not on an NBA roster)
30. Omari Spellman (not on an NBA roster)

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