Mikal Bridges points to the Knicks

Mikal Bridges points to the Knicks

The season is over for the Knicks and it's time to think about the next goals. In addition to the related renewals of OG Anunoby and Isaiah Hartenstein, journalist Bill Simmons comes to confirm an open secret, which is that the “Nova Boys” will try to bring in their former partner Mikal Bridges.

Although the Nets are counting on Bridges for his athletic future, if the Knicks make them a good offer, they will at least consider him. But be careful, they'll have to dig deep into their pockets, as in 2023 they've already turned down as many as four first-round picks from the Grizzlies.

“I think that's what they want to do, and they're probably overpaying,” the aforementioned Simons admitted on his podcast.

What could they offer in a supposed show with their neighbors? Here is a long list of business possibilities:

  • Julius Randle: 30.31 million guaranteed + player option 32.40 million in 2025.
  • Mitchell Robinson: Two years and $27.26 million.
  • Miles McBride: 13 million in the next three years.
  • a contract It expires to Bojan Bogdanovic: 19 million dollars.
  • They have up to 8 first round picks in the next three years.

For his part, Mikal has two guaranteed rotations at $23.3 million and $24.90 million, respectively.

(Cover photo: Sarah Steer/Getty Images)

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