"I love rumors like that," a skeptical Fesenko said. "It reminds of (one about Greek League team) Panathinaikos last year. I didn't even know about that."
So is the latest report true?
"I just learned it from you," he said Wednesday.
Asked if his focus in the offseason will be solely on returning to the NBA, Fesenko — a key figure for the Jazz since they lost Okur, and a restricted free agent this summer — narrowed things even further.
"My whole focus is Game 3 Friday," he said. "I'm not even trying to think about summer.
"Let's keep it simple. Let's win the series, win the next series, win the championship, and then we will talk about it."
HE SAID IT: Boozer, on the Jazz coaching staff: "Our coaches have seen everything in basketball life. They've been around since, I don't even know — when did Christopher Columbus get here? Anyway, they've been around forever, so they've seen things, and whatever they see they're gonna tell us, too."
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