After addressing their point guard spot by trading for George Hill in a pre-draft trade, the Utah Jazz focused their attention on bringing in a wing player in free agency.
They got their man Joe Johnson, who agreed to a two-year pact worth $22 million. Despite the eight-figure deal, Johnson has actually made more, per year, for the last 11 years.
Utah agrees to terms with Joe Johnson on a two-year, $22 million deal, per league source.
— David Aldridge (@daldridgetnt) July 2, 2016
The 15-year vet becomes Utah’s only player over the age of 30 who’s currently under contract for next season.
Keep up with the latest signings during the July free-agency period by following our 2016 NBA Free Agent Tracker.