Among qualifiers, Williams ranks 10th in the National Basketball Association in assists per game. In 439 total games with the Jazz, Williams averaged 17.3 points, 9.1 assists, 3.2 rebounds, and 1.1 steals per game.
Both Bogut and Williams have been considered to be on the trade block with the latter being most recently linked to the Utah Jazz.
Few hours to go before the National Basketball Association trade deadline, the Utah Jazz are trying to reacquire Deron Williams from the Dallas Mavericks. He also had four consecutive seasons where he averaged at least 18 points and 10 assists per game, but he only made the All-Star team two times in the Western Conference.
Williams suffered toe injury this season.
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The Mavericks now have Yogi Ferrell, Devin Harris and the injured J.J. Barea at point guard, although Harris has played mostly shooting guard over the last few seasons. But Cuban is clearly listening to offers, and if the Jazz are willing to part with a small asset to bolster its roster for a playoff run, this move could make sense on both sides.
Bogut probably doesn't have value, and Williams' salary might make him more viable as a buyout candidate, but if the Mavericks could get a second-round pick for either player they should pounce.
Deron Williams, 32, would have to give his consent before any trade with the Utah Jazz is consummated. Andrew Bogut was the other, and he was traded to Philadelphia early Thursday, along with Justin Anderson, for 22-year-old Nerlens Noel.
Utah needs to add depth to the point guard position, starter George Hill has had injury issues this season. There was talk of a potential Deron Williams reunion, and they were reportedly one of the teams looking to acquire Phoenix Suns forward P. J. Tucker.