Talking the Trade Market – The Jazz Jolt Podcast

February 7th, 2014 | by Andy Larsen

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We’re renaming the Salt City Hoops Midweek Podcast 1 to the “Jazz Jolt”, a quick-hitting 20 minute podcast which should fit in one commute. Of course, any feedback is welcome.

This week, we’re looking at the upcoming trade market for the Jazz. With the trade deadline just 13 days away, hosts Clint Johnson and Ben Dowsett take a look at some of the likely players to be traded on the Jazz’s roster. What’s the likelihood that Marvin Williams, Richard Jefferson, or Brandon Rush is traded, and what could the Jazz receive in return? Could the trade deadline see any of the youth be moved?

Andy Larsen

Andy Larsen

Andy Larsen is the Managing Editor of Salt City Hoops, the ESPN TrueHoop affiliate for the Utah Jazz. He also hosts a radio show of the same name every Saturday on 1280 AM.
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13 Comments

  1. Aaron says:

    Great topic. So will this be a Friday thing now?

  2. Spencer says:

    After tonight’s game and the way Williams has been playing lately, I think that he has to be getting a real long look from those teams looking at going against the Heat. I don’t know if there is a better physical matchup to defend Lebron and even Durant than Williams. I wonder if San Antonio would be interested in giving up their first pick and some players to match salary to have Williams available. That would take a ton of pressure of Leonard having a 3/4 long mobile defender.

    • Ben Dowsett says:

      Spencer, excellent points, I agree on all. I would be very surprised if there aren’t, at minimum, some serious rumblings surrounding Marvin the next couple weeks. He has absolutely earned it. Think Brooklyn takes a good look as well, along that same line of thought.

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  4. Tyler says:

    I enjoyed the podcast. What do you think of a Tyreke Evans-Richard Jefferson trade.. if the rumors of Evans on the edge with Coach Williams?

    • Ben Dowsett says:

      Definitely not, mostly because I think Tyreke Evans is a detriment to a winning basketball team. Might add enough extra talent to get a few extra unnecessary wins this season but will detract from the overall future, take minutes away from Hayward and Burks in the process. Also, Sacramento would never deal an asset like Evans for just Richard Jefferson.

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