Kris Humphries will not only remain with the Brooklyn Nets; he will be earning a pretty penny to do so.

Once considered a prospect to sign elsewhere, Humphries signed a new, two-year deal with the team worth $24 million, according to ESPN.

Combined with the lucrative new deals given to Brook Lopez and Gerald Wallace, Humphries’ impressive contract makes the team’s frontcourt a fairly-expensive one, certainly interesting insofar as long-sought Dwight Howard will not be part of it.