Olivier Hanlan Rumors

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For one, he can sign the Jazz’s tender and try to make the crowded Utah roster, which already includes four point guards under contract, and risk being cut. Or — and this seems more likely — he can leave the tender unsigned (like Raul Neto did) and go play in Europe or the D-League. As a “stash” player, his NBA rights would stay with the Jazz. In this situation, it probably makes more sense to play overseas because he can earn a lot more money there than with the Idaho Stampede. His choice? “I’m not sure at this point, really,” Hanlan said. “My agent knows all of this. He’s been going back and forth with the Jazz. I’ll sit down with him. I’ll know a bit (more) in the next few days.”