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Utah Jazz shooting guard Rodney Hood might have outlived his welcome with the team after several showings of inconsistency, but the unsteady lefty swingman is reportedly in the crosshairs of the Chicago Bulls and the Detroit Pistons, according to Kevin O'Connor of The Ringer. Hood, who is slated to ...

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Recent reports are out that the Utah Jazz will try to trade several of their key players before the February 8 deadline in an effort to build their team around Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell moving forward. Three Jazz players are said to be on the trading block, and they are Derrick Favors, Rodney Hood ...

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Ever since he was drafted by the Brooklyn Nets in 2010 with the third pick, Favors has been a solid NBA talent. He is a traditional big man with a post game and some athleticism, who is currently averaging 12.2 points, 7.1 rebounds, and 1.4 assists with the Utah Jazz. Over the years, Favors has become ...

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Utah Jazz guard Rodney Hood (leg) went through portions of practice on Sunday, but it's unclear if he will be ready to play on Tuesday against the Golden State Warriors. What It Means: Hood has missed the last four games with a leg injury, and the fact that he wasn't a full participant in practice makes ...

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The Utah Jazz are open for business.

Don’t take our word for it. Instead, listen to veteran reporter Sam Amick of USA Today, who recently joined the HoopsHype podcast, on the matter.

According to Amick, Utah is looking to make moves with the future – primarily Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell’s primes – in mind.


“My understanding of Utah’s situation is that they’re as much of an open shop as there is in the league right now. Whether it’s Derrick Favors or Rodney Hood or even Ricky Rubio, they want to turn the page. They want to maximize Rudy Gobert’s prime. … Utah is going to look at everything right now. They obviously don’t feel like they have their core and they’re trying to figure things out. But yeah, I think Rodney gets moved. I think Derrick will draw decent interest. And the Rubio one, I didn’t know what to make of it. But if they are truly open to parting ways with Ricky, I think he’d have a good market too.”

Apart from Rodney Hood, as Amick also alluded to, it wouldn’t be shocking to see Rubio garner the most interest among available Jazz players.

Admittedly, Rubio’s assists are way down and he has struggled mightily this season to find his way in head coach Quin Snyder’s system, which is heavily dependent upon shot creation from the wings, as opposed to from the traditional lead guard spot.

Nevertheless, the Spaniard is still currently posting the second-highest effective-field goal and third-best true shooting percentage of his career.

And although most contenders are set at the all-important point guard position, there is a number of mid-tier teams who could use his services, despite the subpar season he’s having.

No, Rubio hasn’t developed into the star many thought he’d become. But he’s still just 27 years old and...