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 The Utah Jazz could clear more than $16 million in cap space this summer, but that's certainly no guarantee that they'll make a major splash when the free agent market opens up tonight at 10. General manager Dennis Lindsey and company will be working the phones, making their pitches and trying to fill roster needs. But while other teams are rolling out the red carpets to try to woo the likes of LaMarcus Aldridge, Kevin Love and the rest of this summer's biggest free agent names, Jazz officials are prepared for the possibility of a quiet silly season. Take a listen to Lindsey speaking with reporters last week:    The Millers have approved spending up to the cap. So if the Jazz, if they were to move the non-guaranteed contracts of Trevor Booker, Jack Cooley, Chris Johnson, Elijah Millsap and Bryce Cotton, would have quite a bit of cash with which to work. But, clearly, internal development remains Lindsey's biggest focus. "Our best free agent, I've said this before, is Alec Burks," the general manager says of the shooting guard's return from injury. Asked about the need for improved shooting, Lindsey again points to internal development, saying, "I wish I could show you the work that Rodney Hood has put in." Then, after mentioning that teams have inquired about Dante Exum's availability, Lindsey says that coach Quin Snyder is adamantly opposed to dealing the teenage point guard because he believes he can mold him into something more. And, make no mistake, Jazz officials absolutely believe in Snyder's ability to do it. Obviously, the front office is looking to bolster its talent. But just how much of that will come when free agency opens tonight?  — Aaron Falk