After failing to get a ring with the Cleveland Cavaliers last season, former Jazzman Kyle Korver could be looking for a new home. And even at the age of 36, Korver could really help a team like the Jazz.
Korver continues to be one of the game’s elite shooters. In 2016-17, he knocked down a league-best 45.1 percent of his three-pointers. He also rocked the charity stripe once again, making over 90 percent of his foul shots. It would be quite the luxury for the Jazz to be able to bring him off the bench.
This past season, he averaged 10 points and three rebounds per contest. He wasn’t as impactful or as efficient in the postseason and defense will always be an issue, but Korver will have a market among the league’s contending teams nonetheless.
If the Jazz want to convince Gordon Hayward to stay, Korver is the kind of support player the Jazz need to bring in as a supplement to their core.