Burks is 10 years younger than Korver.
Burks, 27, is averaging 8.4 points in 15.8 minutes per game while shooting 37.2 percent from deep in 17 games for Utah this season.
Korver has made 2,238 career 3-pointers, fourth-most in National Basketball Association history and tops among current players.
Allen indicated he can learn a thing or two from the 37-year-old Korver, one of the best perimeter shooters in the modern game. No one dashed around the court trying to get open like Korver did.
Burks' expiring contract - $11.53 million - could have value prior to the February trade deadline.
The Jazz, off to a 9-12 start, are sending second-round picks in 2020 (their own) and 2021 (from the Washington Wizards), per the report. Entering the Brooklyn game, Utah ranked No. 29 throughout the 30-team league in 3-point shooting percentage (31.9). In 16 games for the Cavs this season, he shot 46.3 percent from 3-point range.
Korver's contract calls for him to earn $7.5 million this season. With Utah now 9-12 and expected to make a run at a playoff spot out West, he not only gets to do that, but his family gets to return to a place that they are familiar with, all while the Cavs received a solid return in the trade as well.
Korver has played for the Cavs since 2016.
Korver was acquired by the Cavaliers from the Atlanta Hawks on January 7, 2017 in exchange for a first-round pick in 2019 as well as veterans Mike Dunleavy and Mo Williams.