Scott Perry will remain in his position as general manager with the New York Knicks for the 2020-21 season.
The team announced Wednesday that Perry has signed a one-year extension, but the financial terms have not been disclosed:
The extension of Perry’s contract has been in progress for some time, with the two sides agreeing on an extension in April.
“Scott is a respected basketball manager I’ve known for more than 20 years and can’t wait to continue working closely with him as we try to build a winning team in New York,” said Leon Rose, Knicks president. in declaration at the moment.
The New York front office has undergone significant changes during the season. Rose took over the official presidency on March 2 after Steve Mills left office in February.
Perry originally signed a five-year deal to become general manager of the Knicks in July 2017. The deal included a reciprocal option after this season which was to be decided by May 1st.