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May 16, 1992 | MARK HEISLER
Having just lost a coach, Laker owner Jerry Buss made sure of his general manager Friday, signing Jerry West to a long-term contract extension. No terms were announced. Insiders estimate West's new salary at $1 million, which would make him the game's highest-paid general manager. "Obviously I'm very excited about this," West said. "I think when you've been in one place as long as I've been with this team, it feels good to know you're wanted.
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May 16, 1992 | MARK HEISLER
Having just lost a coach, Laker owner Jerry Buss made sure of his general manager Friday, signing Jerry West to a long-term contract extension. No terms were announced. Insiders estimate West's new salary at $1 million, which would make him the game's highest-paid general manager. "Obviously I'm very excited about this," West said. "I think when you've been in one place as long as I've been with this team, it feels good to know you're wanted.
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