The Utah Jazz have trimmed their summer league roster from 15 to 12, a move officials intended on making by the end of the week.
The three players cut were former Temple guards Khaliff Wyatt and Mardy Collins. 7-foot-3 big man Greg Somogyi was trimmed as well.
That leaves the seven players who were either with the Jazz last season, or were draft picks last month. Also, former local college basketball standouts Jason Washburn (Utah) and Nick Covington (Weber State) made the team as well.
Trey Burke will play tomorrow night against Philadelphia, but it's not known exactly how many games he will play as the week progresses.
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