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Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell leaves after talking to the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the NBA playoffs.

Kyle Korver, SG

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Utah Jazz guard Kyle Korver talks to the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the NBA playoffs.

Age: 38
8.6 ppg

Key stat: After joining the Jazz in a midseason trade, Korver injected new life into Utah’s offense, finishing fourth on the team with 2.1 made 3-pointers per game.

Contract situation: One year remaining at $7.5 million, partially guaranteed.

Quote: “It was great to come back and see a lot of the good. There was a lot of good the first time I was here in the organization and the city. To see how everyone has added … the organization is better than it was the first time I was here, the city is better, a lot of things are better, so to come back here and be a part of that, it was a nice surprise.”

Thabo Sefolosha, SF

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Utah Jazz forward Thabo Sefolosha talks to the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the NBA playoffs.

Age: 34
3.8 ppg

Key stat: Sefolosha averaged just 12.2 minutes per game this year, tied for the lowest in his career (2006-07, Chicago).

Contract situation: Unrestricted free agent.

Quote: “I enjoyed playing for the team, I think we’ve got a great group. It’s been a great two years, just seeing the level of the team and the progress we’ve made over two years.”

Derrick Favors, C

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Jazz center Derrick Favors talks to the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the NBA playoffs.

Age: 27

11.8 ppg

Key stat: Despite playing just 23 minutes per game this season, compared to 28 last season, Favors exceeded his rebounds per game (7.4) by 0.2 from last season, while matching his career-best for offensive rebounds (2.7).

Contract situation: One year remaining at $16.9 million, nonguaranteed, team option.

Quote: “It feels great. Not too many guys can play for one franchise, one organization, for eight-plus years. Hopefully it can be nine, 10 years.”

Ricky Rubio, PG

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Utah Jazz guard Ricky Rubio talks to members of the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the first round of the NBA playoffs.

Age: 28
12.7 ppg

Key stat: After averaging 5.3 assists a season ago, Rubio increased his assists per game to 6.1.

Contract situation: Unrestricted free agent.

Quote: “I gave it all. All I had. Could I have played better? Yeah. Finishing the season, who knows if I finish here? I’m proud about it. This series, we could have won it, that’s a feeling I had and that’s why I’m so disappointed.”

Jae Crowder, SF

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Utah Jazz forward Jae Crowder talks to members of the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in first round of the NBA playoffs.

Age: 28

11.9 ppg

Key stat: Crowder attempted 6.5 3-pointers per game, the most 3-pointers attempted per game in his career. He shot 33.1 percent from three.

Contract situation: One year remaining at $7.82 million.

Quote: “I’ll recruit. I’ve got a lot of friends in the NBA. I’ll recruit, I’m going to do my job, obviously, with that, to help try and bring some top-level players here to help us win.”

Ekpe Udoh, C

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Utah Jazz center Ekpe Udoh talks to members of the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the first round of the NBA playoffs.

Age: 31
2.3 ppg

Key stat: Udoh played 6.3 minutes per game, the fewest minutes per game that he’s played since 2014-15 with the Clippers.

Contract situation: Unrestricted free agent.

Quote: “Fifty wins is special, especially with the West and how we started our season and how we were able to finish it, that was very special. Ekpe’s book club went along with it, it had a 50-win season, too. We were able to have tough conversations, grow communities as well.”

Rudy Gobert, C

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Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert talks to the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the NBA playoffs.

Age: 26
15.9 ppg

Key stat: Gobert totaled 66 double-doubles this regular season, breaking the points-rebounds double-doubles record set by Karl Malone.

Contract situation: Signed through 2020-21, making $25 million next season.

Quote: “I think we all need to have a championship on our mind. Not when the playoffs start, it starts right now. From players to the coaching staff, we all have to be on the same page and have to have the same goal. Once we start having that, I think everything is going to come together. There’s not a lot of teams that can do what we do and winning 50 games despite having injuries in the Western Conference, in the toughest division in the whole NBA, it’s not easy. It shows a lot of character.”

Joe Ingles, SF

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Utah Jazz forward Joe Ingles talks to members of the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the first round of the playoffs.

Age: 31
12.1 ppg

Key stat: Ingles averaged 12.1 points per game, the highest of his career. Ingles played in all 82 games for his third straight season.

Contract situation: Signed through 2020-21, making $11.95 million next season.

Quote: “It still kind of kills me inside that I wasn’t able to help our team as much as I thought I should have and could have. Going into the offseason, I said this a ton last night, it definitely motivates me in a pretty high-level way to come back next year even better … It’s something that will stick with me for way too many months now, but I’ll go back and watch it and I’ll speak with coach and figure out the best way to attack it.”

Dante Exum, PG

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Utah Jazz guard Dante Exum talks to members of the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the NBA playoffs.

Age: 23
6.9 ppg

Key stat: Exum played in 42 games before being lost to a season-ending injury again.

Contract situation: Signed through 2020-21, making $9.6 million next season.

Quote: “My goal is to be 100 percent by camp.”

Raul Neto, PG

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Utah Jazz guard Raul Neto talks to the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the NBA playoffs.

Age: 26
5.3 ppg

Key stat: Neto averaged 2.5 assists per game, which is his career high.

Contract situation: One year remaining at $2.15 million, nonguaranteed, team option.

Quote: “When I was healthy, when I was able to play on the court, it was my best season so far.”

Georges Niang, PF

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Utah Jazz forward Georges Niang talks to the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the NBA playoffs.

Age: 25
4.0 ppg

Key stat: Niang scored four points per game, a career high.

Contract situation: Can be signed through 2020-21, making $1.65 million next year, team option in 2019-20, 2020-21.

Quote: “Obviously I want to continue to work on my body and become the Greek god that I know I can be. No, I’m kidding. Just continue to work on my body, become stronger, faster. I think the biggest thing that I realized this season, the first real season of me being on an NBA roster for 82 games, you kind of realize the grind of the travel, the pregame workouts, then getting in the game. I definitely want to go into the offseason and prepare my body for a whole 82 games and a playoff run."

Donovan Mitchell, SG

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Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell talks to the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the first round of the NBA playoffs.

Age: 22
23.8 ppg

Key stat: Mitchell improved on almost every statistical front in 2018-19, setting career highs in points, steals, assists and rebounds.

Contract situation: Can be signed through 2021, making $3.64 million next year, then a restricted free agent in the 2021 offseason.

Quote: “The difference between last summer and this summer is that I have my schedule already mapped out. I can tell you what I’m doing next month and the start of the regular season. That’s really where it starts, having a plan, having an idea of what you want to do.”

Tony Bradley, C

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Tony Bradley talks to members of the media at the Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. The Utah Jazz season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the playoffs.

Age: 215.7 ppg

Key stat: Bradley played in just three games this season for the Jazz.

Contract situation: Can be signed through 2020-21, making $1.96 million next year, team options in 2019-20 and 2020-21, restricted free agent in the 2021 offseason.

Quote: “The summer is a huge summer for me, I would say it’s even bigger than last summer. Just continuing to develop and work on things, getting stronger, working on my body, working on my feet, getting quicker. Just try to control the things I can control this summer and give max effort.”

Royce O’Neale, SF

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Utah Jazz forward Royce O'Neale talks to members of the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the NBA playoffs.

Age: 25
5.2 ppg

Key stat: O’Neale played in all 82 games for the Jazz, starting 16 of them.

Contract situation: Can be signed through 2020, making $1.62 million next year, restricted free agent in the 2020 offseason.

Quote: “Just playing with a lot of confidence, having the support from the team and coaches believing in me, and me just playing hard every moment of the game.”

Naz Mitrou-Long, SG

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Utah Jazz guard Naz Mitrou-Long (30) waits to defend in Salt Lake City on Thursday, July 5, 2018.

Age: 25

1.1 ppg

Key stat: Mitrou-Long played in 14 games for the Jazz.

Contract situation: Two-way player.

Quote: "To be successful in my role and to be around guys who have been successful in the NBA for a long time is things that I can't put no price on."

Tyler Cavanaugh, PF

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Tyler Cavanaugh talks to members of the media at the Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. The Utah Jazz season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the playoffs.

Age: 25
0.8 ppg

Key stat: Cavanaugh played in 11 games for the Jazz.

Contract situation: Two-way player.

Quote: “I learned a lot being around this organization. I’m very thankful for the opportunity. It was great to be around a 50-win team and a playoff team and just to learn from all the veterans, see how everyone goes about their business, how they work. It was a really good year for me personally.”

Grayson Allen, SG

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Utah Jazz guard Grayson Allen talks to members of the media at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Utah's season ended with Wednesday's loss to Houston in the first round of the NBA playoffs.

Age: 23
5.6 ppg

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Key stat: Allen played in 38 games, averaging 5.6 points per game. He scored 40 points in the regular season finale against the Clippers.

Contract situation: Allen can be signed through 2022, making $2.43 million next year, and then will be a restricted free agent in the 2022 offseason.

Quote: "Now it's up to me to put together a summer of work and come back and do it consistently or do it at a higher level or do it even better, but it's definitely nice to have that where I can look at the same plays from the beginning of the year and the end of the year and it will look a lot different."