"The whole year has been unique in that I've experienced so many things I had never gone through before," Chilcutt said. "I started out the year excited about the prospects of being on a perennial playoff team and now . . . "
Chilcutt was cut by Utah when it decided to bring in veteran Armen Gilliam for more presence in the post. Chilcutt said it simply did not work out with the Jazz, which signed him as a free agent last off-season.
"Right now, I just want to play well to prolong my career," Chilcutt said.