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Jabari Parker - SF/PF, 6'8, 250
Milwaukee Bucks - Drafted 2nd overall in 2014
       Date of birth: 03/15/1995
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): 2nd pick, 2014
     Out of: Duke
  NBA Experience: 3 years
  Hand: Right

2014 NBA Draft NBA Drafted 2nd overall by Milwaukee.
8th July, 2014 NBA Signed four year, $22,239,712 rookie scale contract with Milwaukee. Included team options for 2016/17 and 2017/18.
26th October, 2015 NBA Milwaukee exercised 2016/17 team option.
18th October, 2016 NBA Milwaukee exercised 2017/18 team option.
When: Where:
2013 - 2014 Duke (NCAA)
June 2014 - present Milwaukee Bucks (NBA)
From blog:

   2017 NBA Manifesto

Jabari Parker
SF/PF, 6’8, 250lbs, 22 years old, 3 years of experience

Ran the court, spotted up, and added a hitherto absent three-point stroke to his game, showing a very high scoring IQ and thriving on the looks that Giannis’s defensive magnetism was able to avail him. On the down side, there was a lot of instances of lazy defence (especially in transition), as poor of rebounding as ever (10.6% total rebounding percentage), and another serious injury. Parker has improved at what he was already good at, yet has gotten worse at what he needed to improve at, none of which will be helped by the second ACL tear. Eligible for an extension; however, how on Earth can he possibly now get one, in light of the injury?

Player Plan: One year of rookie scale salary left. Extension eligible this summer; however, in light of injuries, it probably fits neither party to commit to an uncertain future at this stage.

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