Atlanta Hawks and Dennis Schroder Agree on Extension


The Atlanta Hawks and point guard Dennis Schroeder have agreed on a four-year contract extension. Schroeder was the source himself breaking the news via twitter.


ESPN’s Marc Stein reported that the deal was worth $70 million over four years. With the Hawks trading away All-Star point guard Jeff Teague, it was expected that Schroeder would be relied upon heavily in their future moves with the team. Schroeder was also going to be the focal point of the offense along with new acquisition, Dwight Howard.

This extension works for both parties involved. Atlanta adds security to their future at a discounted rate, and Schroeder gets a well deserved pay day.

The extension is set to take effect at the start of the 2017-2018 season.

About Kirshner Saintil

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