Point guard Jrue Holiday has negotiated a 4-year maximum contract extension of $ 160 million with the Milwaukee Bucks, insider Shams Charania reported on his Twitter page.
Holiday’s current contract was valid until 2022, with a player option in 2021. This season, the basketball player receives $ 25.1 million a year. Holiday expects to compete for the title with the club from Wisconsin. The Bucks have long-term maximum contracts with three players – Yannis Adetokunbo, Chris Middleton and Holiday.
The holiday is averaging 17 points, 5.4 assists and 4.6 rebounds per game with 38.8% 3-pointers. The point guard spends his first season with Milwaukee, having previously played for the New Orleans Pelicans.