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Washington Wizards’ Deni Avdija signs new 4-year deal worth $55M

By Reuters
23 October 2023   |   1:11 pm
The Wizards and Deni Avdija have agreed to a new four-year deal worth $55 million, his agents Doug Neustadt and Matan Siman-Tov told ESPN. Avdija, who was the 9th overall pick for Washington in the 2020 NBA Draft, secured his rookie scale extension the day before the deadline. The 22-year-old has become an important member of the franchise, starting 40 of 76 games last year.

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