The Utah Jazz have engaged teams in trade talks involving Mike Conley, Tony Jones of the Athletic reported while on Spotify Live with Marc Stein. Utah doesn't seem to be finding a lot of market for the veteran point guard, however.
Conley will turn 35 years old before the start of next season. He's owed $22.7 million for the upcoming season and has $14.3 million of his $24.4 million contract guaranteed for 2023-24.
Conley is also coming off a bit of a down season. He's improved his shooting, but Conley's defense and playmaking have fallen off some as he's aged.
The Jazz are in the midst of what seems like a full rebuild. Utah already traded Rudy Gobert and Royce O'Neale, they're talking Donovan Mitchell trades with teams, and other veterans like Conley, Bojan Bogdanovic, Jordan Clarkson and Rudy Gay all seem available, as well.