Found August 06, 2012 on
There is one word to describe an NBA player who chooses to sign a contract extension with his current team, rather than testing free agency. That word is not "loyal." It is "foolish." Paul Millsap, in what has become a regular practice for players nearing the end of their contracts, appears close to turning down a contract extension with the Utah Jazz to explore his options in free agency next summer. In shorthand, Millsap leaning toward free agency may suggest an unlikelihood that he will continue his career in Utah, and that the Jazz may want to consider trading him...
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Utah Jazz general manager Kevin O'Connor has been promoted to a top executive position within the Jazz organization, according to multiple media outlets. Nothing official has been announced, but the Salt Lake Tribune reported that O'Connor plans to give the general manager job to someone else, although that person has yet to be determined. O'Connor has been in charge...
The Utah Jazz have called a Tuesday morning news conference to announce a front-office change.
Yahoo! Sports reported on Monday that longtime general manager Kevin O'Connor is being promoted in his executive role and being replaced in day-to-day duties by San Antonio Spurs assistant GM Dennis Lindsey.
O'Connor is a New York native who has led Jazz basketball operations...
The Utah Jazz had one of the smallest front offices in the NBA.
That changes with the addition of former San Antonio Spurs exec Dennis Lindsey as new general manager, and longtime Jazz GM Kevin O'Connor overseeing basketball operations in his continued role as an executive vice president.
The front office expansion was announced at a news conference Tuesday in Salt Lake City...
The Jazz are searching for a general manager, as Kevin O'Connor has been promoted to the top executive position with the franchise.
Paul Millsap was offered a three-year extension worth $25 million, but he is likely to wait for free agency.
The Jazz have hired Dennis Lindsey as general manager as Kevin O'Connor has been promoted to the top executive position with the franchise.
Dennis Lindsey, who spent the past five years as the San Antonio Spurs' assistant general manager, was introduced as the Utah Jazz's new general manager on Thursday. Lindsey replaces Kevin O'Connor, who will relinquish his day-to-day duties in basketball operations after being promoted to Utah's executive vice president for basketball operations. O'Connor...