"Keeping Ronnie on our roster was important to us," said Utah Jazz general manager Kevin O’Connor. "He is someone who knows our system and has proven capable of stepping in whenever called upon. Over the last two seasons he has shown a commitment to working hard and improving his game, and as a result, we expect his growth to continue."
Good signing. Great energy. Great locker room guy. He can play the 1 or the 2. Likes to devour Luke Walton layup attempts. Not afraid to back down to the Mamba. This makes up for not re-signing Dee Brown two years ago.