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10 former Jazz players around the league

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

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Millsap was drafted by the Jazz and spent seven years in Utah before being let go to free agency last summer. He signed with the Hawks and teamed up with Al Horford to create one of the best frontcourts in the league. Horford went down for the remainder of the season in late December, and Millsap is now the centerpiece of the team. He is averaging over 17 points and eight rebounds per game while leading the Hawks to the third-best record in the Eastern Conference.

Millsap wasn’t re-signed by the Jazz to give the young players more minutes. The Hawks signed him at $9.5 million per year, and CBS Sports called it one of the free agency steals of 2013.
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Dustin
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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