With loads of cap space opening up this summer, the Utah Jazz should be big players in the 2013 NBA free-agent market. They'll have the freedom to go after superstars and role players alike. And teams often use a "mid-level exception" (MLE) on role players.
A team under the cap can use what's called a mini MLE that starts at $2.6 million for next season, while a team over the cap can use the full MLE at $5.2 million.
What kind of exception the team uses depends on where Utah is after re-signing current players and going after big-name free agents. Either way, they have plenty of needs (particularly in the backcourt) and several solid options are available on the market.