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Pascal Siakam, the All-NBA forward, is set to commit to a new four-year, $189.5 million maximum contract with the Indiana Pacers.

This decision follows NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski’s tweet confirming Siakam’s intent to sign the lucrative deal once the league’s free agency moratorium ends on July 6.

Since his January trade to the Pacers, Siakam has been a pivotal player, averaging 21.3 points, 7.8 rebounds, and 3.7 assists per game in 31.8 minutes, helping propel Indiana to the Eastern Conference Finals.

Indiana management has expressed satisfaction with Siakam’s performance and his expressed commitment to the team’s long-term success.

His ability to contribute across multiple facets of the game has been instrumental in Indiana’s recent playoff successes and strategic planning moving forward.

The four-year extension solidifies Siakam’s position as a cornerstone player for the Pacers, aligning with the team’s aspirations to build a competitive roster capable of contending for championships.