The Utah Jazz need to add depth to the frontcourt and may have decided to target Michigan forward D.J. Wilson with the last pick in the first round.
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 3/16L 91-83
- 3/18L 95-86
- 3/20L 107-100
- 3/22W 108-101
- 3/25L 108-95
- 3/27W 108-100
- 3/29W 112-82
- 3/31W 95-88
- 4/2L 109-103
- 4/4W 106-87
- 4/7W 120-113
- 4/8L 101-86
- 4/10W 105-99
- 4/12W 101-97
- 4/15W 97-95
- 4/18L 99-91
- 4/21L 111-106
- 4/23W 105-98
- 4/25W 96-92
- 4/28L 98-93
- 4/30W 104-91
- 5/2L 106-94
- 5/4L 115-104
- 5/6L 102-91
- 5/8L 121-95
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Utah forward Kyle Kuzma headlines the players who will be attending the Jazz's pre-draft workout on Tuesday. Chicago State guard Fred Sims, Idaho guard Victor Sanders, Kansas forward Landon Lucas and Croatian forward Nik Slavica are also scheduled to participate, according to The Salt Lake Tribune. Utah currently holds the 24th, 30th, 42nd and 55th pick in this year's draft.
Serbian PG Milos Teodosic is drawing major interest from several NBA teams, including the Nets, Kings and Jazz.
Trey Lyles was often out of Quin Snyder's rotation, as the head coach played Joe Johnson and Boris Diaw ahead of the second-year forward.
Will Gordon Hayward reunite with Brad Stevens? Maybe. Blake Griffin to OKC? Don't count on it. We break down the real and fake news across the NBA.
Marc J. Spears The Undefeated
Barring a Spurs miracle, former Warriors great Chris Mullin will be presenting the Western Conference Finals trophy to his old team.
Given his age and contract situation, Gordon Hayward might be the top free agent available this summer. George Hill (unrestricted) isn't far behind him on the list.
The NBA announced three nominees for each major award, including MVP, Rookie of the Year and more.
Utah Jazz general manager Dennis Lindsey is hoping to re-sign his top free agents, Gordon Hayward and George Hill, in July.
Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer
EuroBasket 2017 team to watch: Slovenia with @Goran_Dragic, top 2018 draftee @Luka7Doncic & sharp Jazz assistant Igor Kokoskov as head coach
Brian Windhorst ESPN Senior Writer
Jazz star Gordon Hayward is in different situation than Paul George, though they have the same result with today's All-NBA vote. If Hayward had made a team he couldn't have signed a 5-year, $200 million extension with the Jazz unless he opted into his contract for next season at $16.7 million. That might've meant he would've had to leave $14 million on the table for next season, a difficult choice. Now it's moot and Hayward will almost certainly become an unrestricted free agent.
The NBA unveiled its All-NBA First, Second and Third Teams this afternoon.
By not making the All-NBA teams, Indiana's Paul George and Utah's Gordon Hayward lost their chances to sign contracts exceeding $200 million this summer.
His length and rebounding ability make him an intriguing prospect, but questions about his conditioning linger.
Utah Jazz guard Alec Burks has been limited to 100 games over the last three years due to left leg, knee and ankle injuries.
Utah Jazz forward/center Derrick Favors, who will enter 2017-18 in the last year of his contract, was hindered for most of 2016-17 with knee issues.
ESPN Stats and Information
This season's conference semifinals have been the least competitive second-round series of the past five years.
Forward Joe Ingles, a restricted free agent, is hoping to sign a new multiyear contract with the Utah Jazz in July.
Cassidy Hubbarth, Kevin Pelton and Jorge Sedano discuss the ramifications of the Spurs' Game 5 win, Gordon Hayward's future, the pettiness on the '08 Celtics and more.
Dante Exum prefers to play the point, and his future with the Utah Jazz could become cloudy if the team re-signs George Hill this summer.
Jazz star Gordon Hayward said he hasn't decided yet if he will opt out of his current contract and become an unrestricted free agent.
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The Jazz were just 5-for-15 from the floor in Game 4 when matched up against Draymond Green, who led the Warriors in a number of defensive statistics for the series.