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    Default Re: 2023 post trade deadline...the tank finally appears to on

    Shams Charania: The Utah Jazz are signing five-year NBA veteran Frank Jackson to a 10-day contract out of their Salt Lake City G League affiliate, his agents Troy Payne and Mike Silverman of Equity Basketball tell @TheAthletic @Stadium. Jackson averaged 22 points in G League this season.
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    Chris Haynes: Utah Jazz are signing Kris Dunn to a 10-day contract, league sources tell @NBAonTNT, @BleacherReport.
    – via Twitter ChrisBHaynes

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    Default Re: 2023 post trade deadline...the tank finally appears to on

    got their vet pg. I'm guessing Sexton might be out for a while since they picked up two? I figured Jackson might get a spot. He's been playing well with the Stars and is a local high school product. Need a wing

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    Default Re: 2023 post trade deadline...the tank finally appears to on

    Not sure Udoka should hang around if he's not in their plans

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    Default Re: 2023 post trade deadline...the tank finally appears to on

    https://saltcityhoops.com/sc7-allsta...playoff-lotto/

    This could be an opportunity to promote Micah Potter and Johnny Juzang from their two-way contracts, but that would be more feasible if either guy had made himself indispensable to this point in the season. Potter has spent just 14 total minutes on an NBA court this season, and Juzang has yet to appear for the Jazz. Obviously the Jazz have had a close eye on their development and minutes with the Stars, but the fact that they haven’t turned to them for practically any minutes through 60 games hints that they might not be prime candidates for regular roster roles.
    I'd say if they'd been great with the Stars you could promote them. They haven't been. Jackson has

    But the other clear advantage the Jazz have if they want to use these roster spots to give in-demand prospects a reason to sign with them is that they still have some of their midlevel exception left. They can’t use all $7 million remaining without crossing the tax line, but they could divvy up $3 to 4 million (depending on the exact amount of Westbrook’s buyout) between two or three players who might give the Jazz some option years in exchange for more guaranteed money up front.
    losing games should come first

    The Jazz could call that same player and offer a half million, or a couple million, or even more for just 22 games worth of work. But in exchange they’d likely want some options on the back end. The Spurs did something similar with Charles Bassey’s rest-of-season (ROS) contract last week. The Celtics did so with Sam Hauser last season and now have a borderline rotation player because of the low-cost gamble.
    RJ Hampton

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    Default Re: 2023 post trade deadline...the tank finally appears to on

    https://www.slcdunk.com/2023/2/21/23...-and-kris-dunn

    Jackson has been having a fantastic season for the Salt Lake City Stars and is an easy move to make sure the Jazz hit their roster minimum of players. Jackson has bounced around the league but has put up good numbers and if he plays well, there’s no reason he can’t possibly make the roster next year.
    No reason except Sexton, Horton-Tucker, 3 1sts and 60 million in cap space. Doubtful he's on the team next year

    Dunn has also bounced around the league not able to find a home. The 5th overall pick looked like a defensive monster coming out of college but just never found a situation that he could develop properly. He’s also regularly struggled with injury. It’s a zero-risk move for a Jazz team that likely isn’t worried about racking up losses to finish the season. Is there a chance that one of these two players can be a reclamation project? Dunn is 28 while Jackson is 24, so it’s not out of the question that one of them could find a new home, albeit unlikely. Whatever happens, it should be interesting to see how these players get incorporated into the team.
    like most guys that can't find their spot in the league he can't shoot

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    Default Re: 2023 post trade deadline...the tank finally appears to on

    https://kslsports.com/498910/will-ha...son-kris-dunn/

    While Dunn will have to learn the Jazz system quickly, Frank Jackson is familiar with the team’s sets having spent this season with the Salt Lake City Stars.
    doubt he plays. Clarkson will start at the 1 I'm guessing. Should fun for laughs maybe anyway

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    StatMuse: Lauri tonight: 43 PTS 10 REB 15-28 FG 10-10 FT The first Jazz to reach those numbers in a game since Karl Malone. pic.twitter.com/4FuNPdNOc4

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    StatMuse: Walker Kessler tonight: 7 PTS 18 REB 7 BLK 3-4 FG He has 3 games with 7+ blocks this season, nobody else has more than 1. pic.twitter.com/YFXmADpH0L
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    Eric Walden: Hardy on Kris Dunn’s Jazz debut: “It’s hard to do what he just did. He doesn’t really know the guys. … It speaks to his ability to be a pro and go out there and adapt.”

    – via Twitter tribjazz

    looked good running the offense. Has a hitch in his shot but did hit a 3 and has shot it well in the Gleague. Plays D

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    Default Re: 2023 post trade deadline...the tank finally appears to on

    Team USA beat Uruguay 88-77 in men’s basketball Thursday to qualify for the 2023 FIBA World Cup in the Philippines. The Americans will vie for their record sixth World Cup championship and seek to qualify for the 2024 Olympics, beginning Aug. 25 in Manila. The national team will be stocked with NBA talent by new managing director Grant Hill and coached by Steve Kerr. But that’s not the group that did the qualifying. Over the last 451 days, Team USA has been coached by former Bulls coach Jim Boylen, with 52 players – mostly from the G League and former NBA players – wearing red, white and blue.

    – via Joe Vardon @ The Athletic





    Tim Reynolds: The 52 players who got USA Basketball to the 2023 World Cup … Tarik Black Dewan Hernandez Elijah Pemberton Emanuel Terry Will Davis DaQuan Jeffries BJ Johnson Justin Wright-Foreman Michael Frazier II Juwan Morgan Zavier Simpson Craig Sword Justin Anderson (more)
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    Tim Reynolds: John Jenkins Reginald Perry Henry Sims Rodney Hood James Huff Luke Kornet Eric Mika Rayjon Tucker Brian Bowen II Tyler Cavanaugh Treveon Graham Justin Jackson Charlie Brown Quinn Cook Abdul Gaddy Matthew Ryan Robert Woodard II Josh Gray Gerald Hannahs Xavier Munford (more)

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    Tim Reynolds: David Stockton Jordan Bell Xavier Moon McKinley Wright Deonte Burton Chris Chiozza Cody Demps Jared Harper Chasson Randle Malik Ellison Shaquille Harrison Nathaniel Hinton Alize Johnson George King Mac McClung Haywood Highsmith Isaiah Thomas Joe Johnson Langston Galloway
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    count at least 7 former Jazz men

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    Andy Larsen: Meanwhile, Gregg Popovich on Will Hardy: “He’s ridiculously intelligent. And he’s a hard worker. … He was a pretty impressive individual from the get go. So I put him out on the court with the guys and found that he commanded respect very quickly, just by being himself.”
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    Eric Walden: Will Hardy, reflecting on being able to call the likes of current or future Hall of Famers such as Gregg Popovich, Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, and Becky Hammon, and them answering his call and knowing who he is: pic.twitter.com/tfK8gzld1d

    Will Hardy, reflecting on being able to call the likes of current or future Hall of Famers such as Gregg Popovich, Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, and Becky Hammon, and them answering his call and knowing who he is: pic.twitter.com/tfK8gzld1d
    — Eric Walden (@tribjazz) February 26, 2023

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    Fighting for a spot on the team to end the year, Kris Dunn — the No. 5 pick in the 2016 draft — is making the most of his opportunity. Dunn signed a 10-day contract with the Jazz this week and had to adapt to coach Will Hardy’s system and playbook — and the playstyle and tendencies of his new teammates — in a period of days. He looked like he’d been with the Jazz the whole season on Saturday night, posting a statline of 15 points, eight assists and seven rebounds while helping captain Utah’s second unit. “Kris played with a ton of confidence tonight. 13 field goal attempts and I thought they were all good ones. He did a great job bringing the ball up the floor did a good job attacking off the dribble,” Jazz coach WIll Hardy said.
    – via Joe Coles @ deseret.com

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    Default Re: 2023 post trade deadline...the tank finally appears to on

    Barcelona has already reached an agreement with Leandro Bolmaro for him to return to Barça, where he played from 2018 to 2021, according to sources. The Argentine guard went to the NBA after being drafted by the Knicks in 2020, although his team was finally the Minnesota Timberwolves. He hardly had any minutes there, nor did he later in his next franchise, Utah Jazz, who decided a few days ago to cut his contract.

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    should do well over there. I like him. In another era he would be great

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