‘Unmissable gemstone’ Brooklyn puts all its effort into catching Cameron Johnson

Brooklyn is not going to let go of Johnson. 

Reporter Mark Stein of ‘The Stain Line’ reported on the 24th (Korean time) that the Brooklyn Nets will focus their efforts on re-signing Cameron Johnson this coming summer. 

During the season, Brooklyn made a decision to trade both Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, the team’s one-two punchers, to start a new game. As the two players wear Phoenix and Dallas uniforms, respectively, they have acquired several outstanding players and several nominations.

Cameron Johnson, who came over from Phoenix, is one of the players who showed distinct growth by playing as Brooklyn’s main player in the second half. He averaged 16.6 points, 4.8 rebounds, 46.8% field goal success rate and 37.2% 3-point shooting success rate in 25 games in Brooklyn uniform, leading the team’s offense along with Mikal Bridges and Spencer Dinwiddie. 

Although in the playoffs, they were the first to miss the playoffs this season with four straight losses behind Philadelphia, which Joel Embiid held out, but thanks to Johnson’s performance, Brooklyn finished the season in 6th place in the Eastern Conference without Durant and Irving, and secured a direct ticket to the playoffs. could

Brooklyn will be hearing some trade offers for Dorian Finney-Smith or Royce O’Neal, but with Bridges already on the team’s new No. 1 option, Johnson, who comes out on the market as a restricted free agent this summer, is set to become Bridges’ wing partner. expected to do their best. 메이저사이트

Johnson, a 3&D resource with explosive shooting power and decent defense, is highly likely to become an attractive resource in the market. In fact, while several teams, including Houston, are already showing interest in Johnson, locals believe that he will be able to win a contract worth about 4 years and 90 million dollars. 

However, Brooklyn is in a position that Johnson will match the amount and remain with the team no matter what contract he is offered. It is regrettable to miss a prospect who came over as the opposite of the Durant trade in half a season, and moreover, he has shown clear growth potential, so he is determined to catch it at any cost. 

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