Donovan Mitchell

Donovan Mitchell

Height/Weight: 6' 3"/215 lbs
Born: Elmsford, Connecticut
College: Louisville
Draft: 2017 1st round (13th pick) by the
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    Donovan Mitchell, Joel Embiid, Paul George, Named 'Dream' Targets for Knicks

    The New York Knicks were eliminated by the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals, but put together an impressive run while shorthanded. Always rumored to be interested in next avaialble star, could the Knicks build off their success this season with a big splash this summer? In a recent article, Bleacher Report's Andy Bailey named Joel Embiid, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Paul George, Devin Booker, Mikal Bridges or Donovan Mitchell as "dream" options for the Knicks this offseason.

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    Knicks Fan Favorite Included in Latest Donovan Mitchell Trade

    If the New York Knicks are looking to obtain Empire State native Donovan Mitchell, it could prove to be one expensive flight home. Professional and amateur observers alike have inserted the Knicks back into the Mitchell sweepstakes, which are set to re-open with his Cleveland Cavaliers future in flux. One of the most intriguing proposals so far comes from a former front office prescience: ESPN NBA front office insider Bobby Marks suggested that the Knicks may have to bid farewell to one of the beloved newcomers and staples of the team's most successful season in over a decade if they're hoping for a Mitchell homecoming.

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    Lakers News: All-Star Trade Target Reportedly May Not Be Option Any Longer

    The Los Angeles Lakers have the assets (three first round draft picks, several decent veterans on a aggregatable contracts) to land a third All-Star this summer and re-commit to another "Big Three" approach. This is absolutely the wrong thing to do if the team also intends to keep 39-year-old All-Star forward LeBron James around long-term. When James was in his prime while with the Miami Heat, the collective, two-way greatness of himself and fellow Hall of Famers Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh allowed the club to survive by surrounding itself mostly with minimum contracts and a few veterans on massive discounts. With the Cavaliers, though All-Stars Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love weren't the defenders that Wade and Bosh were, the team benefitted from Irving still being on his rookie-scale deal at the start of the James/Irving/Love Big Three, which allowed the club to add lots of quality veterans on sizable deals.