Milwaukee Bucks celebrity Giannis Antetokounmpo has reportedly agreed to a three-year, $186 million contract extension with the franchise, in line with Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. The deal features a participant choice for the 2027-28 NBA season.
Antetokounmpo, 28, made waves within the offseason when he mentioned the Bucks needed to make vital roster strikes to persuade him to signal a contract extension.
Bucks common supervisor Jon Horst did simply that by buying and selling for Portland Path Blazers legend Damian Lillard.
Horst, 40, and Antetokounmpo’s agent, Alex Saratsis of Octagon, reportedly met on Sunday in Chicago to work by way of the max extension particulars. The 2-time league MVP agreed to the deal the next morning previous to the 11:59 PM ET deadline.
Giannis Antetokounmpo can earn extra money
Antetokounmpo reportedly has an opportunity to earn extra cash all through the course of his profession, in line with Wojnarowski.
The participant choice within the 2027-28 season and the Over-38 rule within the CBA permits Antetokounmpo to signal one other short-term cope with Milwaukee in 2026.
He can then signal one other four-year extension with the Bucks in 2028. Antetokounmpo is making ready to start out the upcoming NBA season on Thursday in opposition to the Philadelphia 76ers.