Shavon Shields Armani Milano Bayern Munich
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Shavon Shields signed a contract extension with Olimpia Milano, committing with the club for two more seasons, the team announced on Wednesday.

Shields helped Milan reach the EuroLeague Final-4 in his first season with the club, averaging 13.8 points per game, 4.0 rebounds and shot 43.2 percent from three.

He was also named to the All-EuroLeague second team. The veteran forward had an important role in Milan, helping the team win the Italian Supercup and the Italian Cup.

Shields also played for Fraport Skyliners, Trento and Baskonia for two seasons, before joining the Italian powerhouse last summer.