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David Fredman, the team’s director of pro player personnel, said the Jazz kept close tabs on Motum after he returned to his native Australia last fall after he was cut by the Jazz. The former Washington State big man had a nice run on the Jazz’s summer league squad and then was let go just before the regular season tipped off in late October. “In the early going, he looks pretty good,” Fredman said of the 6-foot-10 big. “He looks a little familiar.”
Beehive State basketball fans will recognize several of the names of players in this year’s Utah Jazz free agent mini-camp. The most familiar include former Jazz camper Brock Motum; Devin Booker, the younger brother of Jazz power forward Trevor Booker; and Nick Wiggins, whose younger brother, Andrew, was recently named NBA rookie of the year.
This year’s workout sessions include some familiar names: former Jazz power forward Brock Motum; ex-Clemson baller Devin Booker, the younger brother of Jazzman Trevor Booker; and 2012 Bulls first-round pick Marquis Teague. Eight players from the previous two minicamps appeared in NBA games during the ensuing seasons, the Jazz pointed out in a press release.
The Utah Jazz announced today that the team has waived forward Brock Motum. Following the move, Utah’s roster now stands at 14 players.