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Khris Middleton
Khris Middleton
Position: F
Born: 08/12/91
Height: 6-7 / 2.01
Weight:217 lbs. / 98.4 kg.
Salary: $35,500,000
Kidd is even described as a frequent patron of the water park food courts. “Kidd had an unhealthy obsession with water parks and would eat lunch at Pelican Cove Water park 4 days a week,” said former player Tyler Zeller. “It’s not that I don’t enjoy water parks, but when someone is screaming at you to be his human inner tube for every ride in the park, you start to wonder what this has to do with basketball.” Bucks forward Khris Middleton thought Coach Kidd’s water park infatuation was a plot to get at single moms. Turns out, his heart was actually pursuing something 50-feet tall, made out of plastic, shaped like a screw and capable of sending him into a vortex of aquatic thrills. He really was just there for the slides.

Devin Booker: 'There's no hate towards Jrue Holiday or Khris Middleton'

And two players from the Bucks are not only also on the American team, but circumstances were such that the three had to share a private plane ride across the Pacific last weekend — a day after the Bucks’ championship parade. “The memories are there, but it’s nothing personal between us,” Booker said. “We lost and that’s it, and I’m man enough to accept that and move on. There’s no hate towards Jrue or K Mid.”
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Booker’s coach on Team USA, Gregg Popovich, and teammate Draymond Green (not to mention assistant coach Steve Kerr, but we digress) have been in Booker’s shoes, having lost a Finals. He said Popovich and Green discussed it with him “in short conversation.” “Talkin’ about it with Draymond, and him stressing the fact that it’s not gonna be that easy to get back to the Finals,” Booker said. “I remember us as a team saying that in the locker room after we lost — you know we’ve got to understand, it’s going to be even harder to make it to the point we were at. … But I’m excited for the experience. It was great. I am glad I got to do it, obviously ended up on the wrong side of the stick, but that’s life.”