- Ric Bucher, NBA Reporter, ESPN The Magazine Senior Writer
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Foye, a career 36-percent shooter from three-point range, was the last of the quality shooting guards left on the free-agent market. He stepped into a starting role with the Los Angeles Clippers last season after Chauncey Billups tore his Achilles tendon and averaged 12.8 points as a starter, including 40 percent from three-point range.
The Jazz were 27th in the league last season in three-point shooting percentage (32.3).
Shooting guard Randy Foye has signed a one-year deal with the Utah Jazz, a source close to Foye said Monday night.