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What’s the buzz on Twitter?
Michael Scotto @MikeAScotto
Mavericks GM Nico Harrison on Jalen Brunson’s free agency: “It’s the top priority. We’ve got to figure that out. Obviously, we’re not in control of it, but he’s definitely a priority. We want to re-sign him. He knows it. We want him back. He’ll be a big part of our future.” pic.twitter.com/IMPVrRZKT2 – 3:18 PM
Mark Followill @MFollowill
Mavs playing solid D so far, limiting GS to 40% in the 1H. Luka and Jalen Brunson both have 13 pts. Reggie Bullock has bounced back from G3 with 3 made 3s in the first half. At halftime, Mavs 62 Warriors 47. Brad Davis and I will have the 2nd half shortly on @theeagledallas – 10:10 PM
Marc Berman @NYPost_Berman
“I have never seen two base-year players traded for each other on a sign-and-trade”: A Mitchell Robinson-for-Jalen Brunson sign-and-trade sounds appetizing but there’s complications #NBA #Knicks nypost.com/2022/05/24/mit… – 4:35 PM
More on this storyline
Bally Sports Southwest: “We can pay him more than anybody…I think he wants to stay and that’s most important.” @mcuban talks to @TheSteinLine about the Mavericks chances of re-signing @jalenbrunson1 this offseason. -via Twitter / May 27, 2022
Callie Caplan: Jalen Brunson, free-agent to be: “When it happens, it happens. I’m not worried about it right now. Honestly, at this point, how I feel, I’m really happy that I got to play with these guys, and the things that we did this year, that’s all I’m really focused on right now.” -via Twitter @CallieCaplan / May 27, 2022
The Knicks executives’ controversial appearance in Dallas also raised eyebrows because of the expectation that New York will aggressively pursue Mavericks ball-handler Jalen Brunson as an unrestricted free agent. One source with knowledge of the Knicks front office even suggested to B/R that New York’s efforts before the February trade deadline were primarily geared toward freeing ample cap space to offer Brunson a competitive contract this July. -via Bleacher Report / May 11, 2022