Should the Pistons sign him to a permanent contract after the third 10-day extension expired?

2022-06-18 0 By

According to NBA reporter Keith Smith, forward Daniel House, who was released from the league’s health and safety agreement, has ended his third 10-day contract with the Jazz.Since the two sides have already signed two standard 10-day contracts, that means the Jazz will have to sign House to a permanent contract to keep him until the end of the season if they want to re-sign him this season.House, who has signed three 10-day contracts, averaged 8.3 points, 2.6 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 0.7 steals in 19.3 minutes in seven regular-season games for the Jazz, shooting 48.7 percent from the field and 41.5 percent from 3-point range.The overall performance was pretty good.His joining of the Jazz forward line strength also brought an obvious improvement.But the Jazz now face tough choices.With the season’s trade deadline approaching, the team also wants to have a spot open to make a trade easier.Signing House with that number would mean a full roster, which would make subsequent trades much more difficult.On the other hand, if the team doesn’t sign House right away, the jazz risk losing one of their rotation linemates to another team because of the way House has played.After all, the Jazz don’t have much leverage right now, and it’s hard for them to make much of a splash in the trade market.It remains to be seen what Utah’s front office will do, and whether House, who was recently ousted by the Rockets, will be able to regain his footing in the NBA.