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Jazz host free agent mini-camp

Published June 11, 2013 1:15 pm
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The Utah Jazz will host a free agent mini-camp this week, bringing in 24 players, most of whom played last year in the D-League.

The camp, which begins Tuesday afternoon and runs through Thursday, will be used as an opportunity to fill out a summer league roster, training camp roster and, potentially, spots with the Jazz when the season begins.

Among the players who will work out for the Jazz are Travis Leslie, who spent time with the team in March, but who was not signed to a second 10-day contract. Other notable players include former Minnesota forward Lazar Hayward, who played at Marquette with Jazz guard Jerel McNeal and former Jazz guard Wesley Matthews. Harouna Mutombo, the 6-foot-5 nephew of Dikembe Mutombo, will also participate, as will former Phoenix Suns center Luke Zeller.

The Jazz are also in the process of working out potential draft picks. They will hold a pre-draft workout, players to be announced, Wednesday.

The full list of free agent mini-camp attendees is right here:

Dee Bost (Mississippi State) Will Buford (Ohio State)Xavier Gibson (Florida State)Drew Gordon (New Mexico) JaMychal Green (Alabama) Rodney Green (LaSalle) Jorge Gutierrez (Cal) Marcus Haynes (Texas Arlington) Lazar Hayward (Marquette)Cedric Jackson (Cleveland State) Edwin Jackson (ASVEL)Rick Jackson (Syracuse) D.J. Kennedy (St. John's)Travis Leslie (Georgia) Rasid Mahalbasic (Asseco Prokom)Toure Murry (Wichita State)Harouna Mutombo (West Carolina)Arinze Onuaku (Syracuse)Josh Owens (Stanford)Chris Roberts (Bradley)Henry Sims (Georgetown)Jermaine Taylor (Central Florida) Chris Wright (Dayton) Luke Zeller (Notre Dame)

— Bill Oram




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