The Utah Jazz have always had a problem at the power forward position. They basically have three players in Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap, and Derrick Favors that are all the exact same player, and Enes Kanter and Marvin Williams are getting their minutes cut as well as a result. Both Millsap and Jefferson have been on the trade block for most of the year, and it seems as though a deal might be surfacing sooner than later which would send Millsap to the Brooklyn Nets.
This is a move that would make a lot of sense for both teams. Brooklyn is hoping to be a better team for NBA picks by getting stronger in the paint, and it can send back a package of players that revolves around G MarShon Brooks, who would finally get a chance to shine as a regular in the rotation in Utah. The Nets would essentially be replacing the combination of Kris Humphries and Andray Blatche, which really just haven’t gotten the job done at the PF spot this year.