10 former Jazz players around the league

Published: Friday, Jan. 10 2014 10:37 p.m. MST

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Jefferson spent three years in Utah before the Jazz let him become a free agent last summer. He signed with the Bobcats shortly thereafter and has turned the once laughing-stock franchise of the league into a playoff contender. Jefferson is averaging a double-double at 17 points and 10 rebounds per game.

The Jazz chose not to re-sign Jefferson after the 2012-13 season, but there are no hard feelings from the fans in his departure. In his return to Utah in December, he received an ovation from the crowd. ESPN wrote, “Jefferson has been on an absolute roll over the past 10 games. Jefferson is undoubtedly among the best big men in the game.”
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Idaho Falls, ID

I miss DeMarre Carrol most of all.

I think Wes Matthews should have been on this list. He sure was a great pickup for us, and I wish we would have kept him.

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