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Knicks and Jazz re-engage in Donovan Mitchell business talks, but hurdles remain: Sources

Knicks and Jazz re-engage in Donovan Mitchell business talks, but hurdles remain: Sources

After several weeks of no talks, New York Knicks And the Utah Jazz Recently re-engaged in trade talks focused on Donovan MitchellLeague sources say, the athlete.

The Knicks and Jazz had a new business conversation over the past week about potential packages for Mitchell, according to sources. Sources said there is no chemistry between the two teams over a deal, and no trade imminent for Mitchell for the jazz. The Charlotte Hornets And the Washington Wizards Those sources said that among the teams pursuing Mitchell.

During the business talks, Knicks achieved Their interest in Mitchell One source familiar with the situation said it was very clear. Nix and Jazz seriously discussed Mitchell’s trade during NBAThe Las Vegas Summer Tournament was in mid-July, but talks stalled and led to nearly a month of inactivity between the two sides. Now, with a training camp just over a month away, the two sides have relaunched talks. There are still obstacles to reaching an agreement.

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Sources said Utah has set a high price threshold for Mitchell, who so far believes he is comfortable with either the outcome of staying with the Jazz or trading elsewhere. Mitchell, 25, has made three consecutive All-Star games and averaged 23.9 points, 4.5 assists and 4.2 rebounds during his five seasons in the NBA.

The Jazz team has already made major changes to their off-season roster. they traded Rudy Gobert to me Minnesota Timberwolves Royce O’Neill to Brooklyn Networks in July.

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The Jazz have maintained they are comfortable keeping Mitchell for the season and possibly beyond, given that he has three years left on his contract.

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