Giannis Antetokounmpo signing historic supermax extension with Bucks | CBS Sports HQ

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The Milwaukee Bucks can finally exhale, as Giannis Antetokounmpo announced on Twitter that he is planning to sign a maximum contract extension with the franchise that is reportedly worth $228.2 million over five years, per The Athletic’s Shams Charania. It’s the largest deal in NBA history, and the contract has an opt-out clause in 2025.

Every team around the league had been waiting to see what Antetokounmpo’s decision would be, as the franchise star had until Dec. 21 to sign the supermax extension. He could’ve waited until the offseason to sign a new contract after the deadline passed, making him an unrestricted free agent where he could sign with any team in the league.

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