The Bucks and normal supervisor Jon Horst have reached an settlement on a long-term contract extension, reviews ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
As Wojnarowski writes, Horst had been getting into the ultimate yr of his current contract. His new deal, which was finalized on Friday morning, will cowl “a number of” years.
Horst first assumed management of the Bucks’ basketball operations division in 2017, receiving a promotion from his position as director of basketball operations to exchange John Hammond as normal supervisor. His authentic contract was for 3 years, and he had two extra years tacked onto it in 2019.
The Bucks couldn’t have requested for rather more from Horst throughout his first 4 seasons on the job. The staff has a 206-103 file (.667) within the common season throughout that point and gained its first title in 50 years in 2021. Horst was additionally named Government of the Yr in 2019.
Milwaukee’s championship core stays in place for the following a number of seasons, with Giannis Antetokounmpo below contract via not less than 2025, Jrue Holiday locked up via 2024 and Khris Middleton secured via 2023.
Whereas the Bucks might face powerful choices on position gamers within the subsequent yr or two, the staff has now locked up its off-court leaders as properly, extending each Horst and head coach Mike Budenholzer this offseason.