NBA Rumors: The Next 3 Jazz Players Set To Be Traded

Now that the summer-long Donovan Mitchell drama is done, the Utah Jazz are ready to continue the dismantling of their squad, with another three players the next ones up on the trade block.

According to Tony Jones of The Athletic, forward Bojan Bogdanovic, and guards Mike Conley and Jordan Clarkson are the next to go. 

"The Jazz are, according to sources... engaged in trade conversations around its remaining pieces, namely veterans Bogdanovic...Conley...and Clarkson."

Utah now has a super-crowded backcourt, as Jones notes, and veterans like Conley and Clarkson are certainly not part of the team's future. 

The rebuild is now in full effect, as the Jazz already have multiple first-round picks in 2023, 2025, 2027 and 2029. It's uncertain that Conley could add to that stash, but Clarkson or Bogdanovic just might be able to. 

Bogdanovic, the 8-year veteran out of Bosnia, has averaged over 18 points per game in his last four seasons, and has shot over 40% from three on average over that span as well. He's also extremely durable, having missed less than 30 games total over his 8-year career. 

Several teams have been noted to be in the mix for Bogey, including the Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Lakers. 

Clarkson finished 4th in the NBA's Sixth Man Of The Year voting last season, and won it the year before. He has averaged over 16 points per game over the last four seasons.

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