We're in the beginning stages of the 2015 NBA free agency period, and the Utah Jazz are one of the most intriguing teams out there when it comes to the wheelings and dealings on the market. Here's a snapshot of their current free agency plans.
Jazz Okay Standing Pat In Free Agency?
"This is going to be a very good team," SBNation's AllThatAmar notes. "And that's why the Jazz front office don't have to run around this off-season like a chicken with its' head cut off. Sometimes being right and holding your ground will eventually be it's own reward. No Big Al. No Millsap on-again / off-again relationship. No quick fixes with vets. No mercenaries. Just development. Discipline. And Defense."
Youth and game evolution over splashy free-agent moves? It may not be the flashiest way to go, but it may be the most effective for Utah.
Utah Extends Qualifying Offer To Joe Ingles
The Jazz want to keep Austrailian swingman Joe Ingles in tow for the 2015-16 season, extending a qualifying offer that officially makes him a restricted free agent, per the Salt Lake Tribune.
Ingles played in all but three games for the Jazz in 2014-15, averaging 5.0 points in 21 minutes per game while hitting on 41 percent of his shots -- most of which came from beyond the arc.Back to the Utah Jazz Newsfeed