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NBA market in turmoil: Rudy Gobert to Minnesota but Utah already has its sights set on replacement

The start of the market NBA has been crackling to say the least. Clearly, the headlines have gone to Kevin Durant’s trade request, but there have been many other interesting market movements in recent hours.

One of these concerns. Rudy Gobert leaving the Utah Jazz to transfer to the Minnesota Timberwolves, forming an incredible “tower” pair with Karl-Anthony Towns. The Jazz are going well five players (Malik Beasley, Patrick Beverley, Walker Kessler, Jarred Vanderbilt, and Leandro Bolmaro) in addition to four choices in the first round of the next few years.

Utah, however, according to ArizonaSports would already have the shot in the arm to replace Gobert with another of the NBA’s top centers, DeAndre Ayton, has been in a breakup with Phoenix for several weeks. The Jazz would like to baste a sign and trade with the Suns and in recent weeks there had been several negotiations between Utah, Minnie itself and the Arizona franchise. The Jazz and T’Wolves moved independently but Phoenix could add a new chapter soon. The Suns, by the way, are one of the teams in pole position to get Durant himself.

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