Bremerton's Marvin Williams elected not to opt out of his contract with the Utah Jazz, and will return for next season, Comcast Sportsnet reported citing anonymous sources.
February 2, 2013; Columbia, SC, USA; Georgia Bulldogs guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope attempts a three-point shot against the South Carolina Gamecocks in the second half at Colonial-Life Arena.
Continuing a string of prospect evaluations for the June 27 NBA Draft, the Jazz will hold two sessions again Tuesday at Zions Bank Basketball Center.
The most high-profile player among the 12 invited to work out for the Utah Jazz on Monday never took a shot or participated in any drill.
Rotnei Clarke has seen the mock selections and read the evaluations. He knows the dimensions, too.
By this time next week, no matter what happens in Miami, attention will shift to New York, where the league will hold its draft on Thursday.
This photo, courtesy the Jazz, shows mockups of the new Jumbotron. The upper photo shows the size of the sideline video board, while the bottom shows the size of the endline video board.
The Utah Jazz today will make a "major facility announcement," and are expected to unveil plans to update EnergySolutions Arena.
The failure of the Utah Jazz to make the 2012-13 playoffs can be summed up in three colloquial words: Their defense sucked.
Former Kansas guard Travis Releford discusses his pro potential and the 2013 NBA Draft from the 2013 ASM Sports' Pro Day.
Unlike the day before when there were a dozen players, including BYU's Brandon Davies, and twice as many media folks on hand for interviews, Sunday's Utah Jazz pre-draft workout at Zions Bank Basketball Center was much more low key.
Members of the National Basketball Players Association are in no rush to hire a search firm to help select a new executive director.
This comes as no surprise to anyone, but injured Utah Jazz forward Marvin Williams will decline his early termination option which would have had him leaving $7,500,000 on the table.
The Utah Jazz have, in their history, drafted one player from Gonzaga University.
Utah Jazz forward Marvin Williams has elected not to exercise his early termination option for the 2013-14 season, giving him one more year under contract before becoming an unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2014, a source informed CSNNW.com.