Warriors expected to offer Jarrett Jack at least $7 million per season

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Jarrett Jack wants a sizable deal from the Warriors or someone else, and he just might get it.

Meetings between the Golden State Warriors and free agent Jarrett Jack haven't led to a contract offer yet, but the point guard will likely command at least $7 million per season this summer, Marcus Thompson of the Contra Costa Times reports.

As Thompson explains, the Warriors can offer Jack a sizable contract as the holders of his Bird rights. A deal could go as high as $27.1 million over three years, but the team presumably won't offer that much for the backup point guard, as effective as he was last season.

Along with the Warriors, a host of other teams -- Dallas, Denver, Detroit and Sacramento -- have shown interest in Jack. A number of those teams have open cap space and could challenge Golden State with lucrative offers.

Coming off the bench last season, Jack averaged 12.9 points, 5.6 assists and 3.1 rebounds in nearly 30 minutes per contest. A generally durable player, he's played at least 79 games in every full season since 2005-06.

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