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Soon-to-be free agents Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap, Mo Williams and Randy Foye left the Utah Jazz arena together Thursday afternoon, walking into an uncertain future less than 24 hours after their season came to an abrupt end.
The Jazz missed the playoffs for the second time in three years following Wednesday night's loss in Memphis. Yet unlike years past, an unprecedented two-thirds of the players have expiring contracts.
While most expressed an interest in returning, all acknowledged the team could have an entirely different look next season. As many as nine players could be gone, including starters Jefferson, Millsap, Williams and Foye.
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Yes the Utah Jazz collapsed to end the year and will be missing the playoffs , which is sad for their loyal fan base, but things are looking up for the Jazz starting this summer. The team has massive cap space, young players ready to take the next step and 2 first round draft picks, so this team will be very different next year.
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Heading into the final day of the NBA’s regular season, both the Utah Jazz and the Los Angeles Lakers are still facing elimination from the post-season.
The scenarios that can play out are as follows.
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While they'll also need some help in order to make the playoffs, the Utah Jazz must beat the Memphis Grizzlies to keep their postseason hopes alive.
Unfortunately, wins haven't been easy to come by in Memphis.
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