Jrue Holliday Makes His Future Plans With The Milwaukee Bucks Clear


The Milwaukee Bucks summer has been a quiet one in terms of big moves, but for speculation, it's been wild, as Giannis Antetokounmpo has hinted several times that if this team can't put him in a position to win, he may need to head elsewhere to finish his career.

Despite this doubt, the Bucks still have a great squad around him, led by Khris Middleton and Jrue Holiday, and in a recent interview with the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the All-Star Point Guard reiterated his commitment to the team, revealing he wants to retire a member of the Bucks.

Despite playing just three of his 14 NBA seasons with the Bucks, Holiday has become an integral part of the organization, helping them win their first NBA title in over 50 years, while averaging 19 PPG over that time, and now, it's become evident that at least one member of the team is committed to the team long-term. 

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