According to reports, the Knicks have agreed to a 4-year, $120 million extension with the soon-to-be fourth-year guard. RJ Barrett within a few hours of Tuesday morning, all but generating a potential deal that would land Mitchell in New York.
New York’s pursuit of Mitchell has been constantly in the spotlight this season, as the Knicks and Jazz work to get closer to a blockbuster swap that will bring “Spida” back to his home state.
However, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that while the two sides have come close to a transaction, neither is willing to budge when the other demands it.
The Knicks have also made history for their franchise when it comes to renewing Barrett, as he became the organization’s first draft pick to agree to a multi-year extension for 23 years. The last time was Charlie Ward in 1999.
Barrett averaged a career-high in points (20.0), rebounds (5.8) and assists (3.0) last season, starting 70 games for New York, missing eighth for the eighth time. knockout for nine seasons.
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