Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz tweeted about Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees on Sunday.
The Miami Heat and New York Knicks are two teams that have reportedly shown interest in trading for the three-time NBA All-Star.
Donovan Mitchell, an all-star for the Utah Jazz, tweeted about Aaron Judge, an all-star for the New York Yankees, on Sunday.
Mitchell is referencing the fantastic season Judge is having (he hit his 37th home run of the year on Sunday).
Mitchell and the Jazz concluded the regular season as the fifth seed in the Western Conference, and for him, it was a successful season.
In Game 6 of the NBA Playoffs’ opening round against the Dallas Mavericks, they suffered a defeat.
Mitchell is now the subject of numerous trade speculations.
The Miami Heat and New York Knicks are the two teams that have generated the most interest in media coverage.
The veteran scout declared that in such a transaction, Herro would be moved.
Among interested clubs, Utah is currently focused on New York.
Donovan Mitchell might not be the only player that the Utah Jazz traded.
Jordan Clarkson, Mike Conley, and Bojan Bogdanovic are among the players who could be cut.
Currently, all eyes are on the Utah Jazz.
If Mitchell is dealt, the Utah Jazz would immediately announce a formal fire sale, at which point all players other than Mitchell might become available.
Outside of Mitchell, Bojan Bogdanovic is most likely the most tradeable player on the Jazz’s roster.
Given his age, the size of his contract, and some of the injury concerns, Mike Conley may not be the top choice for all teams, but there is value in the fact that he is still one of the best and most seasoned point guards in the league.
Former Sixth Man of the Year Jordan Clarkson is a superb teammate who is frequently referred to as a “walking bucket.”
The Jazz also has Malik Beasley, who was acquired in the Gobert deal, Patrick Beverley, and Jarred Vanderbilt.
There is no certainty that the Jazz will be able to trade all of these players, and there are still other players on the roster who aren’t included below who will also be up for grabs. However, there is no doubt that all of them are available, and the Jazz will be open to receiving any offers.