Tottenham Striker Keldon Johnson has agreed to a four-year, $80 million extension with the franchise, As mentioned for the first time by Shams Al Shaaraniyah the athlete.
Johnson, a three-year NBA veteran, will sign the deal after his breakout season in San Antonio. In the 75 games during the 2021-22 season, which he started all of, the 22-year-old averaged career highs in points (17.0), rebounds (6.1) and assists (2.1). He also fired 39.8% of three-point range, proving to be a reliable ground separator for Gregg Popovich and company.
Since being picked by Tottenham with the 29th pick in the 2019 NBA Draft from Kentucky, Johnson has quickly stuffed his resume with accomplishments in the basketball world. Notably, he was part of the US team that won a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics last summer.
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Johnson’s characters have more chance to develop in his fourth season after Tottenham replaced All Star goalkeeper Dejounte Murray with the Hawks and got three picks in return. San Antonio is not expected to push for the post-season in 2023 after finishing with a record 34-48 last year and missing out on the playoffs for the third season in a row.
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