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Joe Ingles' wife announces contract with Bucks in a hilarious tweet

Joe Ingles' wife got a scoop. According to

Renae Ingles, Free Agent Forward will sign a one-year contract with Bucks. Ingles spent eight seasons in jazz after playing abroad for nine years.

"Latest News: Sources very close to free agent @ Joeingles7 can confirm that he has agreed to a one-year contract with Milwaukee Bucks," Ingress's wife tweeted Thursday. did. "House CEO Reney Ingles is thrilled with Joe and his family. Joe himself is said to be very happy. # Nba # nbanews."

Ingles confirmed the news. It seems that he responded to the tweet with an eyeball emoji. A 34-year-old woman who wasn't drafted in the 2009 NBA Draft wrote her "news bulletin" and tagged her wife. The deal is reportedly worth $ 6.5 million at.

Latest News:

Sources very close to free agents@ Joeingles7he's in one You can confirm that you have agreed-an annual contract with Milwaukee Bucks. The CEO of the

family, Reney Ingles, is thrilled with Joe and his family.

Joe himself is said to be very happy.#nba #nbanews

— Renae Ingles (@RenaeIngles)June 30, 2022 Sun

As CEO, Utah, Salt Lake City, Jazz, and Things-Family Friends. What a community.

There are no words to summarize yet. ❤️

— Renae Ingles (@RenaeIngles)June 30, 2022
Ingles spent eight seasons with the Jazz following nine years playing overseas.

Ingles tore the ACL in January and spent the rest of this past season rehabilitating from injury. Australians add a veteran presence to the already established team run by Janis Adetokumpo in Milwaukee. He's a solid shooter beyond the arc, shooting 34.7% from last season's three jazz games, averaging 7.2 points, 2.9 rebounds and 3.5 assists in a 25-minute game.

Renae also tweeted a statement to jazz, writing: What a community. I have no words to summarize yet. It will come. "She concludes her heartfelt message with her own red heart emoji.

In another tweet, Ingress's wife later wrote: