Jazz willing to listen to offers for Donovan Mitchell

The Utah Jazz have changed their stance on the possibility of trading superstar guard Donovan Mitchell. This is what Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports, adding that the Jazz are willing to listen to offers for the 25-year-old guard.

“Change is inevitable in the NBA. I’m not trying to be cryptic or anything else, but Donovan is on our roster and he’s a very, very important part of what we’re trying to do.

Things evolve in the NBA, so I couldn’t sit here and say anybody is [untouchable]. We’re trying to build a championship team, but there’s no intent [to trade Mitchell], at all,” Jazz general manager Justin Zanik said on Saturday, via ESPN.

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Given what they received for Rudy Gobert a couple of weeks ago, the asking price for Mitchell is expected to be steep. Yet, Utah is no longer shutting down inquiriers and is inclined to initiate talks with interested teams.

Donovan Mitchell joined Utah in 2017 and has been the Jazz’s leader since 2019. Last season, he averaged 25.9 points, 4.2 rebounds and 5.3 assists.

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