For the past two years, the Golden State Warriors have been vocal about their desire to bridge their current success with future success. And over the weekend, they put that into action, signing Jordan Poole and Andrew Wiggins to contract extensions.

The Warriors signed Poole to a four-year, $140 million extension, while Wiggins agreed to a four-year, $109 million deal, their agents at CAA told ESPN. The team announced both signings Sunday but did not disclose the terms.

The financial commitment to keep the core of the Warriors’ 2022 NBA championship team together is massive, with the payroll and luxury tax for the 2023-24 season looming at an unprecedented $483 million.