The Milwaukee Bucks will have many decisions to make this offseason. Their most important decision however may be figuring out what to do with All-Star Khris Middleton.
According to one Western Conference executive, Middleton will get a five-year extension from Milwaukee that is close to the max.
“He’s going back,” the West exec told Jordan Brenner of The Athletic. “What I hear is he will get a fifth year, but take a little less in the beginning. It won’t be the max, but it’ll be close.”
Report from The Athletic's Jordan Brenner on Khris Middleton
“He’s going back,” says a West exec. “What I hear is he will get a fifth year, but take a little less at the beginning. It won’t be the max, but it’ll be close.” https://t.co/HsEeobF25v
— Paul Henning (@brewcitypaul) June 18, 2019
Middleton was a key part to Milwaukee’s success last season. He was their second-leading scorer and averaged career highs in rebounds (6.0) and assists (4.3).