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Bucks’ Khris Middleton Wants To Play In Milwaukee Long-Term

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Milwaukee Bucks’ shooting guard Khris Middleton is hoping that he can play in Milwaukee for many years to come, and is feeling appreciated by the team.

Middleton has two years and $26M left on his current deal, which includes a player option in the final year of his contract, but he is hopeful he can work something out to stay with the Bucks for the long-term.

“They want me to be there long-term. They brought it to my attention that they wanted me to be a part of the process,” Middleton said, according to The Athletic’s Michael Scotto. “That’s a huge thing for me. It makes me feel comfortable. It makes me want to be there longer.”

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Pacers Sign Myles Turner to Four-Year, $80 Million Contract Extension

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The Indiana Pacers are signing center Myles Turner to a four-year, $80 million contract extension, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania.

Turner, an ascending player, poured in 12.7 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 1.8 blocks per game last season for Indiana, who with the new contract now protects their investment in building around Turner as their franchise player.

 

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Celtics’ Terry Rozier Rejected Contract Extension Offer

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Boston Celtics guard Terry Rozier rejected a contract extension from the team that would have paid him roughly $12 million annually, according to a report from A. Sherrod Blakely of NBC Sports Boston.

Rozier’s decision to decline the contract offer was a decision made by him and his management team.

“I’m in a great situation,” Rozier said, according to NBC Sports Boston. “My team felt it wasn’t good for me to sign an extension right now. It opens my options a little bit, but I’m focused on what’s happening right now.”

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Knicks’ Kristaps Porzingis Not Expected to Receive Extension Before Deadline

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The New York Knicks are not expected to give Kristaps Porzingis a contract extension before the end of Monday’s deadline, which will make the budding franchise player a restricted free agent next summer, according to ESPN’s Ian Begley.

Porzingis’ season-ending torn ACL and a desire to create as much cap flexibility so they can be major players in next summer’s free agency appear to be the main factors in the team coming to this decision.

 

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