Jazz Sign Isaac Haas

The Jazz have signed center Isaac Haas, according to the team’s website. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, though it will likely be a minimum salary arrangement.

Haas played for the Jazz in Summer League this past July. During his four Las Vegas games, he had a total of 15 points, 19 rebounds, and three blocks.

The rookie spent four years at Purdue where he earned All-Big Ten Third team honors during his senior season. In 139 collegiate games, Haas scored a total of 1,555 points and grabbed 643 rebounds.

After signing Haas, the Jazz have 19 players under contract, leaving one opening on their 20-man offseason roster.

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8 thoughts on “Jazz Sign Isaac Haas

  1. Purdue coach would n’t let him play more than half a game because of his foul troubles (all 4 years). Coach Painter wouldn’t play Haas and Caleb Swanigan together because he said they turned the ball over too much when they played together.

    • x%sure

      So, a scary duo all the way around!

      Actually I thought Haas would be more successful after Swanigan left. For that matter Swanigan has underperformed in Portland and I predicted he would be a late-round find. Still could get some decent PT since the Blazers are thin in the frontline.

  2. greg1

    Sure it’s a non-guaranteed training camp deal. Can’t hurt to give him a look.

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