The Bucks, fined for announcing an offer to Antetokounmpo

The NBA punishes the Milwaukee franchise with $ 50,000 for the statements of Jon Horst, general manager, on the renewal of the Greek.

The NBA has fined Milwaukee Bucks with $ 50,000 for a statement by Jon Horst about the future offer to renew the franchise to Giannis Antetokounmpo. The general manager of the team announced on television that they will offer the " extension 'supermax" to the Greek (247.3 million dollars in five years), which is in its penultimate year of contract. This began in the 2017-18 season: 100 million for four years. 444444

According to the rules of the American League, "teams cannot commit to offering a 'supermax' extension before the summer after the seventh season of a player in the NBA. " Antetokounmpo adds a profitable six courses in the United States, where it has grown exponentially to become one of the best players on the planet. Named MVP of the last regular phase of the championship, The Greek Freak adds three presences in All Star Game and a prize for the most improved. Last year he averaged 27.7 points, 12.5 rebounds and 5.9 assists in the Bucks, which reached the final of the Eastern Conference.


Antetokounmpo's summer did not go as planned. He played the World Cup in China with Greece, which played a bad role in the Asian event by being eliminated in the second group stage. The forward's contribution was decent in terms of numbers, but he did not dominate as expected of him and returned home early.

Photos from
Powered by Blogger.