The New York Knicks can’t afford to lose Mitchell Robinson this summer. Robinson, 24, is the longest-tenured Knick and has been vital to the team’s success. He’s an elite rim protector and lob threat and has continually improved since being drafted No. 36 overall in the 2018 NBA Draft.
A big decision that is currently looming over the New York Knicks front office is whether to try and extend starting center Mitchell Robinson or let him become an unrestricted free agent this summer. New York and Robinson have until the end of June to reach an agreement on an...
"I'm pretty sure they're going to move (Kemba Walker),'' Childs says, suggesting "max dollars'' for Robinson.
The San Antonio Spurs have money to spend this summer, and New York Knicks' Mitchell Robinson would help improve their average defense.
The Knicks center enters unrestricted free agency this summer.
Mitchell Robinson and the Knicks can agree to an extension until June 30. The two sides discussed an extension over the course of the season. At one point prior to the trade deadline, the sides were far apart on the numbers for a possible extension. Based on that, it seems that Robinson will enter the summer as an unrestricted free agent.
The Knicks need to make the right and smart call here. What is the right contractual price for Mitchell Robinson?
The San Antonio Spurs will be looking for some reinforcements in the frontcourt this summer. While they'll no doubt be building through the draft, they'll also have a healthy variety of options to sign in the free agency pool. One player that could end up being a realistic option for the Spurs is Mitchell Robinson.
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