HoopsHype Paul Millsap rumors


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Ken Berger: Jazz made no offer to Millsap last night, but there's mutual interest. In the meantime, Millsap will explore interest from other teams. Twitter @KBergCBS

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Talking to an NBA front office guy today and he said he thought the market for Millsap might be somewhere around 3 year 21 million deal. The Jazz offered 3 year 24 million dollar deal in the off-season to Millsap that Paul turned down. In this person's mind that is where the rub sits for the Jazz. Would Millsap accept a deal with the Jazz lower than what they offered him in the off-season. This person said no way. He thought Millsap would be willing to take 3-21 from another team but not take it from the Jazz since he was once offered more. Sulia

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Utah finishes its regular season in Minnesota and Memphis, so Friday's game against the Timberwolves could possibly be the free-agent-to-be's home finale after a seven-year stint in Salt Lake City. The longest-tenured Jazz player clearly didn't want to think about that fact, somewhat brushing off a question about whether he'd have extra emotions going into what could be his last home hurrah in a No. 24 Jazz jersey. "I don't approach it differently than any other game, especially in these past few weeks," Millsap said. "The main focus, the main goal, is to win." Deseret News

It's obvious, though, that Utah has become a second home to him since he followed Karl Malone's path from Ruston, La., to the Beehive State. "I don't have enough time to really talk about it. It's been a long road — a long, long, long time being here. Seen a lot. Done a lot," Millsap said. "(I've) met some great people and everybody that I've met (here) has been a part of my growth, has been part of me getting better as a person, as a basketball player. "I owe a lot to this community," Millsap added. "I owe a lot to this organization." Deseret News

March 23, 2013 Updates

Paul Millsap and Al Jefferson headline a large group of Jazz players who will be unrestricted once the season ends, and Corbin said factors such as wanting to produce bigger numbers and not getting hurt could impact individuals’ performances at this point in the year. "All that stuff could come into play," Corbin said. "I’ve been a free agent before. You’ve got a lot of things that come into play now." Salt Lake Tribune

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