Khris Middleton


Khris Middleton Has Quietly Built A Historic Career

Khris Middleton of the Milwaukee Bucks isn’t the showiest or loudest player in the NBA. In many ways, he’s comparable to Kawhi Leonard of the Los Angeles Clippers: someone who puts his head down, does the hard work needed, and helps lead his team with a quiet, steady hand.
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Milwaukee Bucks: 3 Bold Predictions for Khris Middleton

Khris Middleton is a three-time NBA All-Star entering into his 11th NBA season, his 10th with the Milwaukee Bucks. Middleton in his 10 years with Milwaukee has done some great things, made some great moments, some great memories and ultimately, helped deliver the first Milwaukee Bucks Championship in 50 years with his aid to Giannis Antetokounmpo. Heading into the 2022-23 season in which Middleton will be 31 and coming off an off-season wrist surgery, let’s take a look at some admittedly quite bold predictions for what this season could have in store for Khris Middleton.
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Khris Middleton returns to Charleston to host youth basketball camp

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Milwaukee Bucks forward and NBA All-Star Khris Middleton returned to his alma mater, Porter-Gaud, on Saturday to host his youth basketball camp. The former Cyclone says this is the seventh year of the camp, and his first in the last few years because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Khris Middleton returns to Shreveport for youth basketball camp

SHREVEPORT, La (KMSS/KTAL) – For the first time since 2019, Khris Middleton brought his youth camp back to the Port City. The Milwaukee Bucks super-star has a special connection with Shreveport. While in college at Texas A&M, Middleton would make the drive up to see his grandma and cousins. There are several other important stops Middleton has to make when back in town.

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Khris Middleton basketball camp returns to Shreveport. The Texas A&M product was back in Shreveport Saturday to host his camp at Calvary after a hiatus of a couple of years.

Pat Connaughton signs a 3-year extension, Khris Middleton has surgery on his wrist (??).

When Patty C opted into his $5.7 million dollar option a few weeks ago, it was a stunner. He could/should easily make $12-15 million on the open market after a career season last year, and how integral he was to the championship run in 2021. Well the thinking at the time was that *MAYBE* he was simply opting in to allow the Bucks leverage to sign other players, and once that gets done he would sign an extension worth more money. That turns out to be true, but he’s STILL signing at way below market value. Not since Ryne Sandberg retired from the Cubs in 1994 and forfeited the $16 million left on his deal because he didn’t feel like he was earning his paycheck have I been this shocked by a pro athlete leaving money the table. That Sandberg story is true, by the way, I read about it on Encarta ’95.

Reactions to Milwaukee Bucks’ Khris Middleton having wrist surgery

If you’re wondering how Milwaukee Bucks forward Khris Middleton is recovering from his knee injury, there is something else that you should know. Multiple sources, including ESPN’s Tim Bontemps and Adrian Wojnarowski, are reporting that Khris Middleton underwent surgery to repair a torn ligament in his left wrist in early July.