ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported Sunday that Holiday and the Bucks have agreed to a four-year extension worth $135 million in base salary and up to $160 million including incentives. That ensures Holiday, who had a $27.4 million player option for the 2021-22 season, will stay in Milwaukee after being acquired in a trade last fall.
With Holiday under long-term contract along with two-time reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and All-Star Khris Middleton, where do the Bucks go from here? And what does Holiday's decision to extend do to a crop of 2021 free agents that had already been thinned by multiple veteran extensions? Let's take a look.