Grayson Allen and the Bucks it’s signed: 2 years and 20 million extension for the sniper bull dog, oh the good deal

We were talking a few days ago about the extension of the contract of General Manager of the Bucks Jon Horst, and by extension therefore of his (very) good job at the head of the NBA champion franchise? Ladies and Gentlemen, here is further proof of what said (very) good job, since Grayson Allen signed with the Deers last night an extension of his rookie contract for the, let’s not be afraid of words, modest sum of 20 million over two years . And never forget: if your franchise has good management and a good owner, you can rest easy.

They did it to the buzzer, but they had to do it, that they show to the concu that they either did not pawn on this deadline night for the kitties of the Draft 2018. Jaren Jackson Jr., Kevin Huerter and Landry Shamet had opened the ball after Mikal Bridges or Wendell Carter Jr. the day before, Deandre Ayton or Marvin Bagley are still waiting, and in Milwaukee we did what we had to do, namely putting the blind (not at all) on one of the latest arrivals: Grayson Allen.

Total masterclass of the management of the Bucks on the spot, who will pay n ° 21 of the said Draft a bite of bread (in the current market I hear) after having recovered this summer against… Sam Merrill and two obscure second rounds of Draft . We are not far from the history of the photocopier of Kyle Korver, and Milwaukee can therefore count on a solid back, potentially starting at a low cost, pending the return of Donte DiVincenzo. Because Grayson Allen, beyond this reputation as a player hated by his opponents in NCAA since he has used almost all the existing vice blows with Duke, he is also and above all the perfect player in a collective too oiled than that of the Bucks. 5.6 points for his rookie season with the Jazz, then 8.7 and 10.6 pawns with the Grizzlies for two years, in a compulsive defensive sniper role that logically befits any coach today. A good head of shit in the Brothers Scott, the kind of guy who stings your girl at the end of the year and who sticks you in the pif for the same price, but on the field the player of 25 freelancing is already a guarantee for his position and this is all the mischief of Jon Horst and his team.

The Bucks may have lost PJ Tucker, but all around ze job iz done with in particular the extension for cheap (again) of Bobby Portis, the arrivals of the garbage collectors George Hill, Rodney Hood and Semi Ojeleye and the Draft of the nugget Sandro Mamukelashvili for the hype side of the future. The extension of Grayson Allen also intervenes in this ambition to solidify the bases around the leaders, and at this price one can, perhaps, already speak of a good business. Clap, clap, clap Jon Horst.

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Grayson Allen and the Bucks it’s signed: 2 years and 20 million extension for the sniper bull dog, oh the good deal

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