The Jazz point guard hears them, but he’s not too worried — at least not publicly: “When it comes to Boozer, though, Williams isn’t certain what to think. The Jazz’s starting power forward can opt of the final season of his current contract by June 30, and on Sunday — in the latest installment of rumors regarding where he might play next season — the New York Post reported Boozer ‘apparently … is telling confidants he’s either going to Detroit to New Jersey’ while the New York Daily News mentioned Toronto as a sign-and-trade possibility. ‘I take the same stance — that a lot of things can happen from now until July, when signings can happen,’ Williams said when asked specifically about the most-recent Boozer talk. ‘I’m not too worried about it. I mean, I’m sure it will work all of itself out,’ he added with broad reference to the Jazz’s offseason, which will include opt-out decisions by Boozer, starting center Mehmet Okur and backup shooting guard Kyle Korver. ‘You know, there’s a lot of options I think the organization can go in — and it’s just too much to worry about at this time.’”