I'm not predicting that or anything, but I don't see them "definitely" trading him. They want to, according to just about everybody, but if they are only offered contracts that won't help the team then they're better off keeping him
Re: It seems possible the Jazz may keep Carlos Boozer
this offseason gets better and better
Better and better? What has been good about it other than matching Milsap's offer(and even that would have been better if they'd signed him to a deal before Portland) and Sloan's boy possibly retiring? I'll give them a D- til they deal Boozer and Harpring's contracts.