Free agency has begun with some hustle and bustle at the Wisconsin offices, mainly in terms of renewals. The main operation has revolved around the extension of Bobby Portis’s contract. The interior has been renewed for four seasons and 49 million dollars, thus confirming its previous commitment to the franchise.
At the same time, the Milwaukee Bucks have closed the continuity of Jevon Carter and Wesley Matthews for two and one season, respectively, as the journalist from The AthleticShams Charania. Two operations that ensure a rotation from the bench very similar to that of the last two campaigns.
As a novelty, the organization has signed Joe Ingles from free agency under a one-year, $6.5 million deal. The Australian international began the season with the Utah Jazz before saying goodbye to the course due to a serious knee injury. Shortly thereafter he would be traded to the Portland Trail Blazers, where he ended the year unable to wear shorts. Currently, the player is completing his rehabilitation, although it is unknown when he will be able to join the competitive discipline of the Bucks.
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