The Golden State Warriors have finally shown faith in Andrew Bogut by agreeing to extend his contract.The uncertain future of 2007's No 1. draft pick Andrew Bogut has finally been resolved with the Golden State Warriors agreeing to extend his contract by an extra three years. Bogut had one year remaining on his current deal and he would have been an unrestricted free agent heading into the 2014 free agency pool if it were not for this extension. Both parties had to press for a deal due to the extension deadline of the 31st of October. Financial terms were not released however one report signals that the deal is worth $36 million and that performance incentives could push it up to as far as $42 million. The Warriors during negotiations would have made Andrew Bogut's unique health issues a hot topic, however they must have enough confidence in his now healthy condition to see Bogut as part of the Warriors future. After leading the charge as the Golden States' starting center in their 2013 playoff push, they still see value in Bogut, regardless of the fact the Warriors pushed heavily for Dwight Howard in the recent offseason. The Business Review Weekly Magazine in December 2012 released Australia's sporting rich list, which had Bogut topping the table when earning $13.5 million. Based on the reported figures of his extension, Bogut may have taken a slight decrease in pay which may slip him down a few places, however to secure a deal over $10 million per season after only playing in 42 games in the last 2 seasons is sensational. Hopefully it's onwards and upwards for our Australian and that he remains healthy while trying to deliver the Golden State Warriors a 50+ win season, where he can then build on his 2013 playoff display. What are your thoughts on Bogut's new deal? Is he well suited at the Warriors or would you like to have seen him on another team?