According to a report by ESPN, the Sixers are looking to get an extension deal done with guard Jrue Holiday. The Sixers have until October 30th to come to terms with potential free agents on contract extensions.

Holiday will earn $2.6 million this season, with a qualifying offer of $3.7 million for 2013-14.

This will be a crucial season for Holiday to prove himself and whether the extension the Sixers offer him was worth it or not.

If Holiday does not take the qualifying offer the Sixers offer him, it means he would become a restricted free agent at the end of this season.

Sixers are obviously looking to retain Holiday for many years to come, but will the price be right? We will soon find out…

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