NBA News: Dallas Mavericks mit Interesse an Jazz-Star Rudy Gobert
The Utah Jazz stuck shortly in front of the playoffs in a small crisis and have recently lost five games in a piece. The pressure in Salt Lake City is enormous anyway, the future of the two stars could be influenced by the PostSeason.
For some time, rumors that Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert are not on a wavelength. After the Jazz now disappointed several years in a row in the play in the playoffs and with Danny Ainge a new boss in the Front Office makes decisions, it is always speculated that at least one of the stars could be toted.
Apparently the rivals also speculate. Like Tim Macmahon (espn) in the “Lowe Post Podcast”, Dallas Mavericks had “significant interest” to Gobert, this should be made available from Utah. The Frenchman in turn “Would love it” to play together with Mavs-Star Luka Doncic.
So far, there are no signs that Utah Gobert, who is still under contract for several years, is actually trades, but the performance of the team in the playoffs could play a role. According to current table status, the MAVs (4) and Jazz (5) would even meet in Round one.
Donovan Mitchell forever in Utah? “Absolutely ridiculous”
Mitchell, on the other hand, is not only the disposition at the jazz – but all sorts of other teams are interested in the explosive guard. The New York Knicks have been brought together in the past several times with Mitchell, which is speculated that one day he wants to play in a larger market.
Macmahon additionally heated this: “The idea that Donovan Mitchell will spend its entire career in Utah is absolutely ridiculous,” said the insider. “That’s one of the things that stare in the face this summer. And the topic hangs over this franchise over the entire season.”
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Both Gobert and Mitchell are under contract in Utah until the summer of 2025, both have a player option for 25/26.