Donovan Mitchell’s trading with the Knicks gets an important update

The New York Knicks and Utah Jazz are still linked to a potential business deal with Donovan Mitchell, but contrary to reports, a deal is far from being sealed.

Rumors have been circulating recently that Mitchell’s deal with the Knicks is a “deal out” and that both teams are simply working on the best deals that have been a hit. The reporter who made the claim even stated that what jazz got in return was a huge “distance”.

According to Newsday’s Steve Popper, the news is not true. In fact, it was the Knicks who turned down the asking price Jazz had given them in exchange for the Mitchell deal.

“…every source points to the Knicks as the most likely landing point if Jazz Mitchell moves in, which admittedly is now open. Rumors swirled this week of a deal being struck but multiple sources in the league squashed that idea, saying there is no A deal is imminent. But they have spoken and the Knicks rejected Utah’s first request. Will they engage again? Probable. Who will blink is the question.”

Based on recent reports, it’s quite clear that the Knicks are focused on landing Donovan Mitchell. However, unlike what the Minnesota Timberwolves overpaid for Rudy Gobert, they don’t want to give up everything to land the All-Star Ranger.

Instead, the Knicks allow the jazz to explore the marketplace and see what offers they can get — and they seem confident they can match or surpass whatever offer Utah will get for Mitchell.

For now, fans have to wait and see what happens to Mitchell. Any deal he’s involved in could take a while, especially if the jazz team sticks to their guns and maintains the massive asking price.

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