Sadly, Ochai Agbaji is more than likely to be moved and may already be off the team by the time you read this. The Utah Jazz are rumored to be adding him to a deal that may land the team Bruce Brown, a potentially huge upgrade over Agbaji and Simone Fontecchio, that is if the team is able to make a deal with the Toronto Raptors to make it happen.
Agbaji was supposed to be the guy the team needed to start at the shooting guard or small forward position, providing a combination of excellent defense and brilliant perimeter play on offense. His shots never fell and while his defense did come to life at times, his lack of a reliable three-point shot did him in and he was never able to not only start but find guaranteed minutes.
He plays more often than he doesn't but the Jazz are clearly over the Agbaji experiment and are ready to move on from him and that's not a terrible idea. While the Jazz were invested in Agbaji, they were only so invested because he came over in the Donovan Mitchell trade. The Jazz still have all of the Cleveland Cavaliers first-round picks that they got for sending Mitchell to the Cavs, so it's not like they flamed out.
Not to mention, Lauri Markkanen and Collin Sexton, the other two pieces in the trade that came over from Cleveland, are now the catalyst for the Jazz's turnaround. So Agbaji doesn't factor into things the way he once did.