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With the third and 12th picks in the draft, the Jazz are in a great position to land a good point guard. They will probably want to have one younger than Harris, making him expendable.
Several teams will most likely show interest.
The Knicks, Mavericks and Blazers all have highly serviceable point guards in Chauncey Billups, Jason Kidd and Andre Miller. All of them were born in the early or mid-70s however. These teams won't want to be left in the dust when the aging point guards significantly decline. Especially with this new breath of great young point guards league-wide. Harris isn't super young, but he has much more left in the tank than these three.
The Magic and the Rockets have decent point guards in Jameer Nelson and Kyle Lowry, but Harris is a step up from those two. Orlando desperately need to improve to keep Dwight Howard pleased so he will want to stay. And Houston just wants to get back to the playoffs.
Even though the Heat are currently in the finals, their play at point guard has been shaky. Mike Bibby and Mario Chalmers aren't quite starting material. Harris is much better. Improving there couldn't hurt.