OKLAHOMA CITY - NBA superstar Paul George has agreed to stay with the Oklahoma City Thunder, according to multiple reports.

George had opted to become a free agent, and his decision was announced as soon as it could be, according to NBA rules.

The forward came to Oklahoma City a year ago from Indiana, where he played for seven seasons.

George announced his decision at a party thrown by Russell Westbrook in Oklahoma City by saying, "I'm here to stay."

According to ESPN, Paul George agreed to a four-year, $137 million max contract with a player option. Here are the details of the deal: 

Oklahoma City thunder forward Jerami Grant also agreed to a three-year, $27 million contract, according to reports.