Jun 24, 2013, 3:52 PM EDT
But he looked pretty good in that limited time — he rebounded at a higher rate than he had all through his career and he shot 59.5 percent. So it’s not a shock that the Bucks picked up the option on the Mexico native for next season, as reported by televisadeportes.esmas.com.
Another advantage — he makes just $1.5 million next season. Good luck finding a solid big man to replace him at that price.
But hopefully Ayon will continue his development and get a chance to show it off in Milwaukee next season.
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