Along with that, he seemed to be a player every team would love to have in their locker room as an easy-going and actually pretty amusing dude.
The veteran sharpshooter will be headed to Milwaukee on a one-year contract, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
According to Wojnarowski, Korver was considering the Bucks and Sixers before ultimately deciding to join Milwaukee.
Korver averaged 9.1 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.2 assists with the Jazz in 2018.
In Milwaukee, Korver will be reunited with head coach Mike Budenholzer, under whom he earned his first - and only - all-star nomination for his contributions to the 60-win 2014-15 Atlanta Hawks. A career 42.9% shooter from long range, he had a down year by his standards last season, shooting 38.4%, but that's still above the league average.
Again, with the way Korver always seemed to be a model teammate on the Cavaliers, and was a team-first veteran contributor, much like Channing Frye, for example, I'm really happy for Korver to be able to have a good shot at winning an National Basketball Association title.