The Utah Jazz weren’t expected to battle for a playoff spot this season, but they certainly didn’t expect themselves to be among the worst three teams in the league – a position they’re currently entrenched in.
With a roster full of young talent and aging players, it’s expected the Jazz will look to move their veterans as we inch closer to February’s NBA trade deadline.
Jefferson, Williams and Rush are all expiring contracts and despite bringing minimal value on the court, the Jazz should find plenty of solid offers for the players given their expiring scenarios.
Jefferson is the most expensive of the three with a deal valued over $11 million dollars while Williams rounds out at $7.5 million. Rush is the cheapest of the lot at a relatively inexpensive $4 million dollars.
There’s no word on what the Jazz would be looking to receive in return.