Jazz may be Interested in Trading for Deron Williams
- Author: Regina Holmes Feb 24, 2017,
Feb 24, 2017, 0:49
Could Williams get traded to the Jazz before the National Basketball Association trade deadline? He has said numerous times that he had hoped for a longer-term deal. Hill had on-off performances since then, including in their recent loss against the Dallas Mavericks on February 9. Deron Williams would also have to waive his Bird rights if ever he is traded. In five and a half seasons with the Utah Jazz, Deron Williams spent his best years of his playing career.
Williams signed a one-year deal with the Mavericks back in July, receiving a no-trade clause as part of the contract from the team. Previously, it had seemed as though Dallas was intent on keeping him well past the National Basketball Association trade deadline, but that idea may have shifted a bit in recent weeks.
During his six seasons in Utah, Williams guided the Jazz them to the Western Conference Finals in 2007. Williams would give them a veteran guard who can run the offense. Will Dallas move him? But that isn't stopping one of his former teams from being interested in reacquiring him.
Williams, 32, averaged 13.1 points and 6.9 assists this season but has been limited to 40 games due to injuries. But eventually he went looking for greener pastures, and after Jerry Sloan retired out of frustration in early 2011, Williams was suddenly traded to the Nets.
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I think you can make the playoff push by going with the younger guys that have played well alongside Dirk Nowitzki, Wesley Matthews and Harrison Barnes.
The NBA trade deadline passed at 1 p.m. Mountain Time, and the Utah Jazz let it go without making any deals.
It is now unclear as to what the Jazz would send to the Mavericks as part of any potential deal, but it would be safe to assume a package of young players and/or a pick will suit Dallas. This could be considered the twilight of his National Basketball Association career, meaning he may start signing a series of one-year deals in order to chase a championship.