NBA Le Jazz sur le point de trader une autre star

After Mitchell’s trade, a new Jazz star on the way!


Utah sent a strong signal this offseason, parting ways with its Rudy Gobert-Donovan Mitchell duo. Following the departure of Spida, another big name on the roster could quickly leave in turn. A cador would already be in line to trade for him.

Here we are, Jazz is starting a new chapter in its history. After Rudy Gobert was sent to the Timberwolves in early July, it was Donovan Mitchell who just packed his bags two months later. Direction the Cavaliers for the guardhis now ex-stable taking the opportunity to recover a few players in return as well as first-round picks. Adrian Wojnarowski announces, however, that the franchise would not have finished with its workforce cleanup:

Utah still has veterans coveted by the competition and available for trade, including Bojan Bogdanovic, Jordan Clarkson and Mike Conley Jr. They aim to have a stock of draft picks similar to Oklahoma City’s once they have finished negotiating. The Jazz consider that Markkanen, Sexton and Agbaji will be an integral part of its reconstruction.

This is not surprising, the Mormons are now doing everything they can to degrease in order to start again on the healthiest possible bases. In the case of Conley, it will be complicated since he must still touch nearly 45 million over two years. On the other hand, the profile of a Bogdanovic, who only has one contract left at 19 million already seems much more attractive. As revealed by the Arizona Central, the Suns would have taken it into their heads to offer their services:

Phoenix on the trail of Bojan Bogdanovic

The Phoenix Suns are interested in a trade for winger Bojan Bogdanovic from the Utah Jazz, Arizona Sports’ John Gambadoro reported Thursday night. Phoenix reportedly contacted the Jazz about Bojan Bogdanovic, 33, following Donovan Mitchell’s trade to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday. Phoenix is ​​looking to bounce back from a second-round loss last year, and Bogdanovic could provide space as a prolific shooter to partner with Chris Paul and Devin Booker.

On paper, the Croatian is indeed a potential quality rookie: he shot more than 18 points per game last year (46% shooting including almost 39% from behind the arc). On top of that, he is used to changing teams (it would be his fifth) and has shown so far that he can easily integrate into a new collective. Given that he can play in positions 3 and 4 interchangeably, he would also offer flexibility in the rotation of the Cactus.

After Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, it’s Bojan Bogdanovic who could soon pack his bags. If he ends up at the Suns, the former Pacers would in any case land in a good situation, with a franchise that is openly aiming for the title.

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