MILWAUKEE -- Center Jack Sikma signed a two-year extension to his existing contract Wednesday that will keep him with the Milwaukee Bucks through the 1991-92 season, the team announced.
His existing contract was to expire after the 1989-90 season.
Sikma, 33, is currently in his 12th NBA season, the last three of which have been with the Bucks.
Sikma, a Kankakee, Ill., native, is averaging 16.4 points and 10.5 rebounds a game during his career. The Bucks acquired him July 1, 1986 from the Seattle SuperSonics.
'Jack exemplifies the kind of person and player that fits into the Milwaukee Bucks style of operation both on and off the court,' Bucks Coach Del Harris said in a news release.
'We believe that Jack, because of his past record of consecutive game performances, of hard-nosed rebounding, and aggressive team play on both ends of the court, can continue to play at a winning level in the rotation of a good NBA team. In the end it's the Bucks way of saying we like who Jack is and how he plays.'
Sikma, a seven-time NBA All-Star, has appeared in 927 of a possible 950 regular season games during his career.