Depending on how the playoff race and offseason shake out, Friday could be Paul Millsap's last home game as a member of the Utah Jazz.

The Jazz will host the Minnesota Timberwolves before finishing the regular season in Minnesota and Memphis. They enter Friday night's action a game back of the Los Angeles Lakers for the eighth seed in the Western Conference.

Millsap is the longest-tenured member of the Jazz.

"I don't approach it differently than any other game, especially in these past few weeks," he said. "The main focus, the main goal, is to win."

He has been a member of the franchise since 2006.

"I don't have enough time to really talk about it. It's been a long road — a long, long, long time being here. Seen a lot. Done a lot," Millsap said. "(I've) met some great people and everybody that I've met (here) has been a part of my growth, has been part of me getting better as a person, as a basketball player.

"I owe a lot to this community," Millsap added. "I owe a lot to this organization."