The Utah Jazz have reportedly acquired Kyle Korver from the Cleveland Cavaliers, and Jazz point guard Dante Exum is thrilled about it.

The Jazz are second to last in the NBA in three-point percentage. Utah shoots only 31.9 percent from beyond the arc as a team. Only the Oklahoma City Thunder shoot a worse percentage. Kyle Korver is going to help the Jazz immensely in that category and Exum can't wait to get to work with the team's newest sharpshooter.

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In 16 games this season with the Cavs, Kyle Korver averaged 6.8 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game while shooting 46.1 percent from the field, 46.3 percent from beyond the arc and 81.3 percent from the free-throw line. Jazz second-year guard Donovan Mitchell is one of the best slashers in the game, so when he collapses the paint, Korver is going to be wide-open from beyond the arc.

Korver is making $7.5 million this season and has $3.4 million guaranteed for the 2019-20 season. He played three seasons with the Jazz before and has a good rapport with ownership.

Dante Exum is averaging 7.0 points per game this season and shooting 27.0 percent from the 3-point line. When he was in Cleveland, Korver used to help a lot of his teammates become better shooters. Most recently, the veteran shooting guard helped Cavs forward Larry Nance Jr.

The Jazz have underwhelmed so far this season. Utah enters Wednesday with a record of 9-12. They are averaging only 105.5 points per game, which is 26th in the NBA. The addition of Korver is a big one.