Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2021-10-15 11:29:43 –
Milwaukee-Three months after the team won the NBA title, Bucks reached a multi-year contract extension with general manager John Holst.
The team did not specify the number of years included in the extension or the amount included in the transaction.
Holst left his current contract for a year after being appointed general manager in 2017.
“I’m excited to continue with Bucks,” Holst said. “Thanks to Mark, Wes and Jamie for their continued trust and trust in me and the resources to succeed. We have the highest ownership in the sport, and I I am humble to work with you and would like to extend my deepest gratitude to my wonderful partners and friends Peter Fagin and Coach Bad for continuing to build sustainable success in Milwaukee. . “
Since Holst was promoted to GM in 2017, Bucks has played off for the fourth consecutive year. This includes two trips to the Eastern Conference Finals, and finally this summer’s NBA Championship.
“John’s preparation, decision-making and leadership have contributed to Bucks’ success during his tenure. He has won this extension,” said Bucks owners Marc Lasry, Wes Edens and Jamie Dinan. Says. “Thanks to John for his efforts and creativity, I look forward to him continuing to lead basketball operations for the next few years.”
The 2021-22 season will be Holst’s 14 seasons with Bucks, after serving as director of basketball operations since 2008 and being promoted to general manager in 2017.