NBA Rumors: Two Jazz Players On Radar Of "Playoff-Caliber Teams"

The Utah Jazz will continue to revamp their roster heading into training camp, as several players are on the trade block. Of course, the Donovan Mitchell talks will continue at some point, but we're also hearing that "playoff-caliber teams are monitoring Bojan Bogdanovic and Patrick Beverley," according to Michael Scotto of HoopsHype. 

Both players are entering their contract years, so are considered expendable in the rebuild scenario Danny Ainge and the Jazz are undertaking. 

Bogdanovic and Beverley were also listed as part of a big 3-team trade scenario the Jazz are involved in (which didn't necessarily involve "playoff-caliber" teams) so we'll have to see how that all shakes out.

One recent rumor had the Miami Heat interested in Pat Bev. 

An NBA executive suggested that the Jazz are interested in Duncan Robinson in return. Beverley went to the Jazz in the Rudy Gobert blockbuster with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Bogdanovic has spent three very productive seasons in Utah, averaging 18.4 points, 4.1 rebounds and right around 40% from three-point range in his time there. 

Both players have been key contributors to playoff teams in recent years, so it's reasonable that there is a demand. 

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