The Jazz's Jeremy Evans and Derrick Favors have no plans to play overseas during the NBA lockout and are sticking to their offseason routines. Same for former Utah guard Earl Watson, who'll be an unrestricted free agent (UFA) when the 2011-12 season starts.
Ex-Jazz center and UFA Francisco Elson explored a few international opportunities but none came to fruition. "Just waiting like everyone else," Calvin Andrews, Elson's agent.
Former Utah center and UFA Kyrylo Fesenko is making progress while recovering from an offseason knee injury. "Simple procedure and he is feeling good," said Stu Lash, Fesenko's agent. A timetable has not been set for Fesenko's return, but he is expected to be ready when the 2011-12 season begins.
Brian T. Smith
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