The Utah Jazz have not yet made a final decision on what moves they are planning to do this offseason.
According to Matt Moore of The Action Network, the Jazz are undecided on whether they will retain their core for another season or will consider trading key players.
“Multiple league sources indicated this week that the Jazz were open to trade discussions. The consensus is that Derrick Favors is not only available, but Utah is eager to move him to clear his roughly $20 million in remaining salary (including a $10 million player option for 2022-23).
However, sources suggested that Bojan Bogdanovic and Joe Ingles were also bandied about as available if the Jazz could get a significant upgrade, which would be a major shakeup for the team, especially with Mike Conley headed to unrestricted free agency this summer.
Two executives flatly countered that this week, however, saying the Jazz had indicated in no uncertain terms that they were planning to “run it back” with the core from this season,” Moore reports.
The Utah Jazz finished the regular season with the best record in the entire NBA, but they got eliminated by the Los Angeles Clippers in the second round of the playoffs.