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What does the future hold for Halladay and Milwaukee?

Local media outlet NBC Sports published an article titled “Jrue Holiday hopes to sign extension and retire with 바카라사이트 Milwaukee Bucks” on July 27.

The question is whether or not Halladay will sign an extension. Halladay played in 67 games last season, averaging 19.3 points, 5.1 rebounds, and 7.4 assists.

He’s also an exceptional presence on defense, earning a spot on the All-Defensive First Team and being considered one of the league’s best perimeter defenders.

Given his performance, it was a no-brainer for Milwaukee to sign Halladay to an extension, as he is considered one of the team’s key resources alongside Yannis Adetokunbo and Khris Middleton.

Speaking to local media, Halladay said, “I’m hoping for an extension. I don’t want to play for another team until we win a championship here. We’re good enough to win a championship, and I want to be a part of Milwaukee,” he said, showing his loyalty to the team.

But there are variables. As NBC Sports notes, Halladay is in his mid-30s and “is at a turning point in his career, so there are a lot of things that can affect negotiations, including the length of his contract.”

Whether or not Halladay signs an extension will determine the direction of Milwaukee. It could also affect their chances of retaining superstar Adetokunbo, who is not under contract. Losing Halladay would give Adetokunbo, who has cited “winning” as his goal, an excuse to leave.

Halladay is eligible for an extension next January. What the future holds for Halladay and Milwaukee could have huge implications for the entire NBA.

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