Sources told ESPN that the sides continue to work toward an agreement in hopes of beating the league’s annual deadline for what is known in the NBA as a renegotiation-and-extension. Such deals can’t be struck between March 1 and June 30 of any salary-cap year. Hill has recently declined to discuss a potential contract extension but told ESPN in November that he was “very interested” in the idea. Sources said the Jazz are determined to keep Hill for the long term even if extension terms can’t be reached Tuesday and Hill decides he would rather test the open market starting July 1.
September 24, 2021 | 5:17 pm EDT Update
Law Murray: Frank: “Bledsoe is a downhill attacker… couple years removed from All-Defense” Says he has a lot to prove. “Ready to give us another guy who can make plays, not just for himself but for others and to get to the paint, we felt was very important.”