Best Potential Backcourt Trade Targets for the Utah Jazz

February 17th, 2015 by Andy Bailey Leave a reply »
It must be trade season.

For the first time since Deron Williams was shipped to the New Jersey Nets in 2011, the Utah Jazz have a starter who's made his displeasure with the team very public.

Following Utah's February 11 loss to the Dallas Mavericks, Enes Kanter, after sitting the entire fourth quarter, told The Salt Lake Tribune's Aaron Falk that he wants out:

Frustrated by his role during his three-plus years in Utah, center Enes Kanter told The Salt Lake Tribune he hopes to be traded before this year's deadline.

...Kanter grew tired of empty promises of playing time during his time under Tyrone Corbin and remains frustrated by the inconsistency of his role.

Kanter's agent, Max Ergul, elaborated on his client's frustrations in a radio interview with 1280 The Zone in Salt Lake City.

Austin Horton, producer of The Big Show with Spence Checketts and Gordon Monson, relayed Ergul's comments on Twitter: "Him and his family expect there was definitely lack of investment in his development."

Ergul and Kanter may feel the big man will have a better chance to develop elsewhere, but the market appear ...

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