Scott G. Winterton, Deseret News
#24 Paul Millsap and #8 Deron Williams share a laugh during media day. The Utah Jazz hold their media day at the Zion's Bank Basketball Center. Monday, Sept. 27, 2010.

Former Utah Jazz point guard Deron Williams is not currently playing this season, a fact that was the basis of a lengthy feature on him by Bleacher Report's Gerald Narciso.

In the story, Williams talked about the multiple business ventures he's keeping track of and the chance he has to spend more time with his family (they often come to Utah), but discussed at length how his career went south after he was traded by the Jazz in 2011 to the New Jersey (now Brooklyn) Nets.

"I definitely had my best years in Utah — as a team my best years, individually my best years and the most fun playing the game of basketball early on," Williams said.

Utah Jazz mock Donald Trump comment

After President Donald Trump said on Twitter last week that he would pass on an interview and photo shoot with Time Magazine if he was just “probably” going to be named Person of the Year by the publication, many people mocked him on his favorite social media site by making up awards that they were in line to receive.

One account to do so was the Utah Jazz's official page, which jokingly tweeted that the NBA said the team would "more than likely win" social account of the year.

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It's been a few months now since the old green seats at Vivint Arena were replaced by new, softer blue ones, but just last week, the arena's official Twitter account posted a time-lapse video of the 19,911 green seats being replaced by 18,300 blue ones.