Utah Jazz

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  • Tony Bradley
    C, Utah Jazz

    The Jazz exercised Tony Bradley's 2020-21 team option, keeping the young center in Utah for the next two seasons.

    Bradley played well in Summer League for the Jazz, but it will be tough for him to earn many minutes while he is stuck behind Rudy Gobert and Ed Davis in the center rotation.

    Source: Jazz PR on Twitter

  • Donovan Mitchell
    SG, Utah Jazz

    The Jazz have exercised the club's 2020-21 team option on Donovan Mitchell's rookie contract.

    It comes as no surprise that the Jazz do not want their stud third-year guard going anywhere. Mitchell will have more help this season playing next to Mike Conley, and that could lead to an improved field goal percentage as he receives more open looks. He's going in the third round of most standard-league drafts.

    Source: Jazz PR on Twitter

  • Isaac Haas
    C, Utah Jazz

    The Jazz have signed Isaac Haas and Mike Scott to Exhibit 10 contracts on Thursday.

    Haas was a great college player at Purdue University before going undrafted in the 2018 draft. He played for the Jazz's G League affiliate last season which is likely going to happen again this season. Scott has played professional basketball overseas since 2015. Scott is also likely to play for the G League team. Neither player is on the fantasy radar

    Source: Jazz PR on Twitter

  • Juwan Morgan
    PF, Utah Jazz

    The Jazz have waived Juwan Morgan and Kyle Collinsworth.

    Neither player was expected to make the final roster, and they'll likely spend the year with Salt Lake City in the G League.

    Source: Tony Jones on Twitter

  • Dante Exum
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Dante Exum (patellar tendon rehab) is being listed as out for Wednesday's preseason game against the Blazers.

    Injuries have dampened the once-promising rookie's career. He is not on the fantasy radar.

    Source: Jazz on Twitter

  • Kyle Collinsworth
    PG, Utah Jazz

    The Jazz announced that they have agreed to terms with Kyle Collinsworth, while in a corresponding move, they have waived Trevon Blueitt.

    Collinsworth’s deal with the Jazz comes a day after the team’s G League affiliate, the Salt Lake City Stars, acquired him from Raptors 905, the affiliate of the Raptors. Last year, in 28 games in the G League, he averaged 10.5 points, 7.5 rebounds, 3.7 assists, and 1.8 steals in 31.1 minutes per game, while shooting 44.9 percent from the field. He isn’t expected to make the final roster but he should stick with the Salt Lake City Stars for the foreseeable future.

  • Rudy Gobert
    C, Utah Jazz

    Rudy Gobert scored 17 points on 5-of-6 shooting with six rebounds, an assist, a steal and a block in Monday's 115-128 loss to the Kings.

    Gobert remains doing Gobert things and the only real worry for fantasy owners is seeing the blocks decline. There are plenty of promising young bigs headed into the next season which means Gobert's value is a bit less than it once was.

  • Joe Ingles
    SF, Utah Jazz

    Joe Ingles scored 12 points with a game-high eight assists to go with a steal and two triples in Monday's loss to the Kings.

    He went 3-for-6 from the field and hit all four of his free throws. Ingles looks like he'll be the sixth man for the Jazz which dampens his value a bit, but the contributions across the board mean he's still a standard-league value. The assists from Jingles are overlooked and when you pair it with the triples and steals you have a high-floor player that can fit in fantasy roster.

  • Donovan Mitchell
    SG, Utah Jazz

    Donovan Mitchell scored 22 points on 8-of-15 shooting with a 3-pointer, five boards and two dimes on Monday against the Kings.

    Mitchell is still learning how to play alongside Mike Conley (six points, two rebounds and six assists) but it's Conley that's taking a backseat and learning how to adjust. Spida will get his shots and usage and the shot from outside is still suspect, but the counting numbers should be there as usual.

  • Joe Ingles
    SF, Utah Jazz

    Joe Ingles is likely to remain in the sixth-man role into the regular season and says he's excited about the challenge.

    Ingles mentions that he's not bothered by the change. He should continue to get approximately the same amount of minutes and possibly more usage as he helps run both the first and second unit. Take this opportunity to buy low on him.

    Source: Tim MacMahon on Twitter

  • Emmanuel Mudiay
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Emmanuel Mudiay has recovered from left hamstring soreness and is available on Monday against the Kings.

    Mudiay is expected to back up Mike Conley at point guard for the Jazz. He enjoyed something of a renaissance last season with the Knicks but will be hard pressed to duplicate his averages of 14.8 points and 3.9 assists.

    Source: Eric Walden on Twitter

  • Juwan Morgan
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Juwan Morgan, who was dealing with a left ankle sprain, is available for Monday's game.

    Morgan is probably headed to the G League this season. However, the rookie forward will have a chance to participate against the Kings.

    Source: Eric Walden on Twitter

  • Juwan Morgan
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Juwan Morgan (left ankle sprain) is questionable for Monday's preseason game.

    Morgan missed Friday's game but his absence doesn't change the fantasy landscape. He's likely headed to the Salt Lake City Stars this year.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Emmanuel Mudiay
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Emmanuel Mudiay (left hamstring soreness) is questionable for Monday's game after going through practice on Sunday.

    Mudiay has missed the last two preseason games but should be able to win the backup point guard job anyway given Dante Exum's own injury troubles. He's a handcuff for Mike Conley but won't have standalone fantasy value.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Dante Exum
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Dante Exum (patellar tendon rehab) is still not ready to roll and will miss the Jazz's preseason game vs. the Kings on Monday.

    Exum has been plagued with injuries his whole career, making him hard to trust in fantasy, even in the deepest of leagues.

    Source: Jason Anderson on Twitter