The Kings’ offer for John Collins was considered “excessive” by the Hawks

The Kings’ offer for John Collins was considered “excessive” by the Hawks

However, while there seems to be some sort of unofficial consensus around the league that Sacramento is leading the way in negotiations, sources say the Kings’ offer has so far been considered unacceptable by the Hawks. Kings small forward Harrison Barnes would go to Atlanta for the deal and – to be clear – the Kings’ No. 4 pick is not part of these discussions. If so, it probably would have already happened.
Source: The Athletic Staff, The Athletic @ The Athletic

What is the buzz on Twitter?

Sam Amik @sam_amick
From our live NBA Draft Day blog at @TheAthletic
My latest information on the John Collins lottery, where we separate the facts from the fiction about Sacramento, Utah and more.
theathletic.com/live-blogs/nba… – 13:20

Rylan Styles @Rylan_Stiles
New locked in the #Thunder Podcast:
🏀 A monumental day for the franchise
N NBA Draft Preview
🏀 Paolo the odds change
🏀 Final large table (1-60)
🏀 Rumors about John Collins
#ThunderUp #FirstListen:
https://t.co/mMkaoVLwqq pic.twitter.com/dCEX7HZVX51:12 p.m.

Rylan Styles @Rylan_Stiles
New locked in the #Thunder Podcast:
🏀 A monumental day for the franchise
N NBA Draft Preview
🏀 Paolo the odds change
🏀 Final large table (1-60)
🏀 Rumors about John Collins
#ThunderUp #FirstListen:
https://t.co/mMkaoVLwqq pic.twitter.com/8cmVGgGVjS5:52 a.m.

Paul Garcia @PaulGarciaNBA
Draft Eve Trade Rumors: Dejounte Murray, John Collins projectspurs.com/draft-eve-trad… – 23:53

Tom Petrini @RealTomPetrini
If I was a team trying to trade John Collins and everyone knew I was trying to trade him, I would definitely want people to believe that a team is interested in trading an All Star for him. – 11:09 p.m.

Alex Kennedy @AlexKennedyNBA
The Hawks won the author @Chris Kirschner confirms the John Collins / Dejounte Murray trade talks and says they are ongoing. However, sources told him that an agreement has not been reached yet.
“It will take a long time for Dejounte to land, not just John.” twitter.com/i/space/1RDGl…11:06 p.m.

Alex Kennedy @AlexKennedyNBA
Is there a deal with John Collins in the next 24 hours? What about this rumor about Dejounte Murray ?! twitter.com/i/space/1RDGl…10:54 pm

Jake Fisher @JakeLFischer
Atlanta and San Antonio have discussed an agreement that will exchange John Collins with Dijude Murray, sources said. The Spurs told stakeholders that Murray’s move would require a “Jrue Holiday-like package”. More trading notes throughout the league @BR_NBA: bleacherreport.com/articles/10039… – 10:18 p.m.

Ryan MacDonald @ryanwmcdonald
Does this affect John Collins’s commercial market? – 18:26

Mark Dicks @MarkDeeksNBA
Guess he leaves Sacramento for John Collins? – 6:09 p.m.

StatMuse @statmuse
John Collins in 2022:
16.2 PPG
7.8 RPG
1.8 APG
53/36/79%
The Hawks second scorer. pic.twitter.com/mvPuz8klqt3:17 p.m.

More on this story

As Bleacher Report’s Jake Fisher reported on Wednesday, sources confirm that there have been significant talks with San Antonio over an agreement involving Collins and Spurs guard Dejude Murray. However, as of late last night, the huge price of the Spurs was considered excessive by the Hawks. There is a significant gap there, it seems, but it is still worth watching. -via The Athletic Staff, The Athletic @ The Athletic / 23 June 2022

San Antonio’s most important discussions about Murray appeared to take place with the Atlanta Hawks, in a context that would send Collins back to the Spurs, league sources told B / R. San Antonio and Atlanta started this idea of ​​the deal at least dating back to the February trade deadline. -through Bleacher Report / 23 June 2022

Chris Kirschner: As @Jake Fischer mentioned, the Hawks discussed a trade involving John Collins and Spurs guard Dejounte Murray, but they told me it was not close to happening yet. Without saying that it will not happen, just do not close this second. -via Twitter @ChrisKirschner / 23 June 2022

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