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Utah Jazz: Players leave team for summer, some for good (with video)

Offseason figures to bring big change for Jazz, who have up to 10 free agents.

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"I expect the fans to be very disappointed," Lindsey said, "and let us know."


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» The Jazz left EnergySolutions Arena for the final time Thursday, cleaning their lockers to mark the end of the season.

» As many as 10 players could be free agents in the offseason.

» GM Dennis Lindsey says coach Tyrone Corbin has “full support” of the franchise.

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