Few players have left the Utah Jazz while remaining such a fan favorite as Trevor Booker has. During the two seasons that Booker played in Utah, he was beloved on and off the court by Jazz fans for his fun personality, relentless hustle and energy as well as his passion that showed both after big plays and sometimes to lay down the law and defend his teammates. Although there was a mutual understanding for why the Jazz parted ways with Booker following the 2015-16 season, it certainly was difficult to see him go.
And last season in Brooklyn, Booker had a breakout year which saw him put up 10 points and eight rebounds per game while upping his field goal percentage to 51.6 percent – better than he ever shot in Utah. Although he by and large filled a role as a spark plug off the bench, he was still a key piece to the Jazz’s success in his short time there and you can bet that he would be welcomed back with open arms if an agreement could be reached next summer.