The Knicks will be fined for ‘tampering’ after the signing of Jalen Brunson

The New York Knicks have made a full-fledged Magic Johnson and, according to sources close to the media The Bleacher Report, will be fined for ‘tampering’ after undertaking the signing of Jalen Brunson for the next four seasons and 110 million dollars.

It’s no surprise, either, as the Knicks were clearing salary on 2022 Draft night with a close target on Brunson. Attempts were made to filter possible interviews with the Miami Heat and Dallas Mavericks, but none of that was real, his signing was already confirmed.

At the moment we do not know if it will be an economic sanction, or if on the contrary the NBA will punish him in future Drafts and/or with a possible compensation to the Dallas Mavericks.

Brunson, who has become the first non-All-Star player to sign a contract of more than $100 million, last year averaged 16.3 points, 3.9 rebounds and 4.8 assists in 31.9 minutes per game. meeting.

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