The Utah Jazz is reportedly willing to let go of their other veterans but at the right price. And it appears another one could be moving soon in the person of Jordan Clarkson.

According to Brett Siegel of Sports Illustrated, multiple NBA teams have taken interest in the Filipino-American player.

The teams allegedly interested in 30-year-old cager include the Memphis Grizzlies, Milwaukee Bucks, Sacramento Kings and Toronto Raptors Fastbreak claims citing courses.

Clarkson is best known to be that sixth man off the bench, someone who can score when asked to do so. But one flaw that is notable on the 46th overall pick of the 2014 NBA Draft is his defense.

But one thing that may have made the 6-foot-4 cager tempting to NBA teams is his salary. He owns a $13.3 million salary with the Jazz and owns a player option worth $14.3 million next NBA season. These figures are reasonable and reasonable for a scorer like Clarkson.

Clarkson becomes the latest player from the Utah Jazz drawing interest. The other is Bogdan Bogdanovic, someone who the Los Angeles Lakers allegedly fancy.

A deal involving Bogdanovic would likely involve Russell Westbrook plus some future picks from the purple and gold. The Lakers have made it clear that they are only willing to part with their future first-round picks on a player that is worth giving them up for.

They could have been trade bait for Kyrie Irving of the Brooklyn Nets had a deal come close. But with that out, it remains to be seen if Los Angeles will soften its stance on a player like Bogdanovic.

Aside from Bogdanovic, other players on the Lakers’ radar are allegedly Myles Turner and Buddy Hield of the Indiana Pacers. So far, there has been no progress between the two NBA teams although that is subject to change moving forward.

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