Odds & Ends: Jazz, Hoiberg, Raptors, Gay

Earlier today, the Mavericks made their signing of Justin Dentmon official after letting Chris Wright's 10-day contract expire.  The Mavs can give Dentmon a new deal in a week-and-a-half, but odds are that they'll let him walk as well.  Dallas is reportedly looking to audition three different point guards and they'll likely go back to the D-League well to find their next pickup.  Here's more from around the Association..

  • Tyrone Corbin reiterated his comments from earlier this week about his team's free agents, saying that it "might" have impacted the squad while crediting them for blocking out distractions, tweets Bill Oram of The Salt Lake Tribune.  Both Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap will hit the open market this summer and all signs point to Utah keeping one or the other, not both.
  • Fred Hoiberg has the tools to be a successful coach in the NBA, writes Jonathan Tjarks of RealGM.com.  Last night we learned that the Iowa State coach is being targeted by multiple teams as a head coaching candidate this summer.
  • While Raptors head coach Dwane Casey thinks that the club may shut Rudy Gay down for the season, the forward doesn't think that his year is over, writes Mike Ganter of the Toronto Sun.

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