It is an unexpected release.
Reporter Shams Charania of The Athletic reported on the 18th (Korean time) that the Utah Jazz released Leandro Volmaro.
This is a somewhat unexpected evaluation. Utah is a western mid-lower team that is on a rebuilding path, and it was certain that they would lower their ranks further in the second half to get a high nomination. This is also the background to the trade of starting point guard Mike Conley.
However, few would have expected that they would release the Volmaro on the 18th. This is because Volmaro is a promising shooting guard born in 2000, ranked 23rd in the first round of the 2020 draft. Volmaro, an Argentinian-Italian dual citizen, moved to Utah for Minnesota as part of the Rudy Gobert trade.스포츠토토
He has rarely been given a chance to play this season, but given the promise of Vol Maro, it is surprising that Utah cleared him rather early. He’s averaging 0.4 points and 0.6 rebounds per game this season, but that seems to be more of a problem stemming from playing only 4.9 minutes per game than a matter of his individual performance.
As such, the unfinished prospect Volmaro was released early and became a free agent. I wonder if a team will appear to recruit him. A resource coveted by teams preparing for the future rather than winnow teams. At the same time, a return to Europe is a scenario that is fully possible.