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    http://www.deseretnews.com/article/8...part-time.html

    the Jazz may not be able to pay him what another franchise may offer.
    I don't think they necessarily have to depending on the franchise. I don't see him going to NJ for example. SA I could see if they can pay him. Not sure they can or even want to with Parker, their own free agent in Mills and their 1st rounder from last year in the fold

    [QUOTE] he dismissed the idea that he is injury

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    http://saltcityhoops.com/staff-scrim...he-road-ahead/

    [QUOTE] if two of Derrick Favors, Rodney Hood and Hill had played 75-80 games at near 100 percent, how many games do the Jazz win? And aren

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    http://www.slcdunk.com/utah-jazz-gam...5-game-4-recap

    [QUOTE]Nearly 40 points, in a quarter, on our home court! This is like the school bully coming over to your house and slapping your mom. I don

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    Tony Jones: Former Lone Peak star Frank Jackson will meet with 12 teams at the Draft combine, including the Utah Jazz, league sources tell The Tribune

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    http://www.draftexpress.com/profile/...Jackson-89588/

    Another big pg with some length but he can shoot and score. Might need work with D and passing

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    [QUOTE]Diaw, 35, would be owed $7.5 million if the Jazz picked up his option for next season.

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    Default Re: The 2017 off-season...Hayward, Hill, Ingles...?

    http://www.sltrib.com/sports/5279609...yers-love-utah

    Joe Johnson was asked what he thought about coming and playing here, a place he knew little about before arriving.

    "I've played in some great cities, and [Salt Lake's] a great city, as well. But for me, it was kind of stepping out of the box a little bit."

    He also was asked if he'd use his persuasive power, his considerable cred among fellow NBA players, after playing in the league for 16 years, to get free agents to sign in Utah. He said he would.
    He won't if they trade him and they need to

    Second-year player Trey Lyles said he feels completely comfortable in Utah, although his response carried some baggage: "It's a lot nicer than what you would think."
    Beats Indiana!

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    Rod Beard: #Michigan

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    http://www.draftexpress.com/profile/...-Wagner-85701/

    Doesn't look like anyone to get too excited about

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    Adam Zagoria: Duke

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    http://www.espn.com/mens-college-bas...-return-school

    Mo Wagner, Michigan Wolverines

    A skilled, 6-foot-11 Germany native, Wagner is intriguing. His is a small sample size, though. He had a huge game against Louisville in the NCAA tournament with 26 points but was mediocre in the other two tournament games. "He has a lot of holes in his game," one NBA executive said. "He needs to become a better rebounder and defender." Added another executive: "I know he can shoot it, but he needs to get stronger and be more physical."

    Range: Second round to undrafted

    NBA says: Back to school
    Frank Jackson, Duke Blue Devils

    This is an interesting one. And it's about more than what will happen this week at the combine. It also has to do with the impending decision of top-ranked high school senior point guard Trevon Duval. Jackson wasn't able to showcase that he was a point guard as a freshman in Durham but should get an opportunity in front of NBA guys to play with the ball in his hands. Jackson is a likely second-rounder, and his decision is complicated by the return of Grayson Allen and the possible addition of Duval. "If he goes back to school, I think he can definitely play his way into a first-rounder," one NBA executive told ESPN.

    Range: Second round

    NBA says: Back to school
    Eric Mika, BYU Cougars

    Mika, a 6-foot-10 big man, came back from a two-year mission trip and was extremely productive, averaging 20.3 PPG and 9.2 RPG. Most NBA guys feel he would go somewhere in the middle of the second round. They are torn about whether he should go back to school, largely because he turns 23 in January. "I'd like to see him go back and work on extending his range," one NBA executive said.

    Range: Mid second round

    NBA says: Back to school

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    Default Re: The 2017 off-season...Hayward, Hill, Ingles...?

    http://www.foxsports.com/nba/gallery...ll-list-050817

    [QUOTE]Frank Jackson, G, Duke

    In a topsy-turvy season at Duke that was filled with injuries, a month-long absence from Coach K and one, ahem,

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    Default Re: The 2017 off-season...Hayward, Hill, Ingles...?

    https://fansided.com/2017/05/09/nba-...eds-utah-jazz/

    The 7-foot-0 big man from Gonzaga can really stretch the floor and shoot from the perimeter, something the Jazz are desperately missing from their bigs. Collins played 17.2 minutes per game this season as a true freshman. The most impressive thing to Collins is how he glides like a gazelle on the floor, combined with a pure shooting stroke from deep. The Gonzaga freshman shot 47.6 percent from 3 and even possess the potential to be an elite shot blocker at times with 1.8 blocks per game in college. Having Derrick Favors in house will allow Utah to be patient if they are able to draft Zach Collins, and also provides an insurance policy if they need to move on from Favors.
    I don't remember him particularly sticking out in the games against BYU but a 3 point shooter and potential rim protecting center sound like their guy! Could he play alongside Rudy eventually? I could see packaging Lyles and Wallace in a deal with picks too.

    [QUOTE]With plus handles and the ability to defend, Trey Lyles

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