Jordan Clarkson is officially part of the Utah Jazz’s future.

While Clarkson and the Jazz agreed to a four-year, $52 million contract last week, players were not allowed to sign new deals until Sunday, and all was finalized for the Missouri product Monday.

“Jordan was an integral part of our team’s success last season,” Utah executive vice president of basketball operations Dennis Lindsey said in a statement. “He’s an aggressive, competitive talent that leads by example and provides a big scoring spark. He is a great fit with our roster and we’re excited to bring him back.”

Soon after the announcement was made, Clarkson acknowledged the news on Twitter, writing “RUN IT!!”

The 6-foot-5, 192-pound Clarkson joined the Jazz last December as Utah traded Dante Exum in exchange. There were some questions about how Clarkson’s inefficiency might affect the Jazz, but he ended up being tremendous for a team that sorely needed his scoring punch off the bench.

In 41 regular season games after the trade, Clarkson averaged 15.6 points, 2.8 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 24.7 minutes per game. He scored 20 or more points 19 times and 30 or more three times.

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In seven playoff games, Clarkson upped his averages to 16.7 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.1 assists in 28.6 minutes per contest.

Still to come for Utah is the official signing of Derrick Favors after he agreed to a deal last week, as well as continuing negotiations on a contract extension for Rudy Gobert.