The Utah Jazz haven't been overly active in free agency thus far this season, but the team apparently made a nice little move on Monday afternoon. In an effort to help its depth at the guard position, Utah has decided to add former lottery pick Randy Foye to the fold.
Foye's signing, which was first reported by ESPN's Ric Bucher, will now give the Jazz an opportunity to play pieces of last season's Los Angeles Clippers backcourt together as their other notable signing this offseason was Mo Williams.
Terms of the deal haven't been released as of yet, but the Salt Lake Tribune reports that Foye's salary will likely be a $2.5 million chunk of the mid-level exception -- a bargain if there ever was one this summer. He might not be the most efficient player considering his career averages of 11.6 points, 3.2 assists and 2.4 rebounds for a 29-year-old, but there have been plenty of worse deals signed this summer.
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