Tim Bontemps: New Utah Jazz owner Ryan Smith: "We couldn't be more grateful" for the Miller family's time owning the franchise.
Adrian Wojnarowski: After 35 years of stewardship, the Millers have entered into an agreement to sell the Utah Jazz to Qualtrics founder @RyanQualtrics, sources tell ESPN.
The NBA’s Utah Jazz have reached an agreement to be sold to Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith for $1.6 billion dollars, according to people familiar with the matter.
Davide Chinellato: Jazz announce the team is going from the Miller family, who owned it for 35 years, to Ryan Smith, co-founder of Qualtrics. Deal includes also Vivint Arena, the G-League affiliate and the Triple-A baseball team Salt Lake Bees. Deal is pending #NBA Board of Governors approval
June 21, 2021 | 5:57 pm EDT Update
Mark Medina: Clippers coach Ty Lue said Kawhi Leonard is out for Game 2. He added Marcus Morris Sr. “is still experiencing soreness” and “getting treatment around the clock.” His status unclear for Game 2
Law Murray: Tyronn Lue says that Rajon Rondo’s “pace” is very important, especially with Leonard out. Sounds like he’ll continue in a similar role tomorrow as we saw in Game 1 yesterday. “Rondo brings more than scoring and shooting… we need all of the other intangibles that he brings.”
June 21, 2021 | 5:16 pm EDT Update
Brian Windhorst: Ben Simmons is doubtful to play for Australia in Tokyo Olympics, sources said. Will spend offseason working on skill development. Aussies scheduled to begin training this week in L.A.