Weeks after the NBA suspension due to the spread of the coronavirus, rumors have started to swirl around the Utah Jazz superstars Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert.
As soon as both players were cleared of the coronavirus, the Jazz reportedly began working on the Mitchell-Gobert relationship.
However, according to Sam Amick and Tony Jones of The Athletic, via CBS Sports, one source with knowledge of the situation believes that the relationship between Mitchell and Gobert “doesn’t appear salvageable.”
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Now there are reports surfacing the Jazz could look to trade Gobert.
In the proposed trade deal by Bleacher Report, the Mavericks would be sending a trade package including Dwight Powell, Tim Hardaway Jr., a 2020 second-round pick, and a 2025 first-round pick to the Jazz in exchange for Gobert. Before pushing through with the trade, the Mavericks would first need to convince Hardaway Jr. to opt into the final year of his contract.
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