There's a ton of buzz surrounding the Utah Jazz and former head coach Jerry Sloan. This sort of media interest is unusual for a Jazz organization usually flying below the radar, particularly when dealing with off-court issues.
The man behind the speculation in Utah: Deron Williams.
The 26-year old has been with Utah since he was drafted as the third overall pick in the 2005 draft. Now, he faces a maelstrom of questions.
This is new for the team and the 6-3 point guard out of Parkersburg, West Virginia.
Just recently the Jazz were running their usual course under long-time coach Sloan. The now-famous "Sloan-Williams" conflict occurred last Wednesday during halftime of Utah's game against Chicago. It was a game they would go on to lose.
Deron Williams has gone on record saying that the argument "didn't end too well." Within hours, Sloan had resigned.
Sloan felt betrayed by his organization, sensing the organization's loyalty lay with the point guard instead of with him.
But now that Sloan is out of the picture, rumors continue to circle Williams. Is he staying with the team?
If not, here is a look at the top ten teams that could use a guy averaging 21.6 PPG and 9.6 APG this season.