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As expected, the Phoenix Suns have waived sharpshooting wing Kyle Korver, according to the NBA’s official transactions tracker.
Korver, 38, has been traded twice this offseason — first by the Utah Jazz to Memphis Grizzlies, then by the Grizzlies to the Phoenix Suns.
With the Jazz, Korver was part of the trade centered on point guard Mike Conley Jr. With the Grizzlies, Korver was sent to the Suns in a deal that sent young forward Josh Jackson to Memphis.
Korver is set to clear waivers Wednesday evening and become an unrestricted free agent. The Philadelphia 76ers and Milwaukee Bucks are among the team interested, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
Also, because Korver was traded twice, he is now eligible to return to the Jazz if both parties are interested in a reunion.
He averaged 8.6 points in 70 games total with the Jazz and Cleveland Cavaliers last season. He is said to be looking to play at least one more season.