The Canadian big man was a key part of Utah’s surprise season. Where does he fit in the rotation this year?
And who will be the next player to get a jersey in the rafters?
The Utah Jazz have a lot of variance built into their team that could have them placed in the mid-lottery again or vying for a late playoff spot. We break down the biggest difference makers.
There is no clear answer to who Utah should start at point guard. What do the numbers and film say?
Jordan Clarkson’s decision to opt-in to his final year and extend with the team. Based off reported details, that looks to be great value for the Jazz now and in the future.
Much has been made of John Collins finger injury, inability to shoot from the 3, and poor season last year. We contextualize it all in an attempt to check our own biases.
Going over a few of my favorite players in the late first-round
According to Jonathan Givony, Utah may look at Kobe Bufkin with the 9th pick
The Portland Trailblazers are vulnerable to a trade offer and the Utah Jazz are uniquely positioned to entice them with a package
Lauri Markkanen has a very strong case to make an All-NBA team in 2023
“I’m happy that it happened here.” Damian Lillard wins the 3-Point Contest in his Weber State jersey
Utah loves Damian Lillard
Utah’s young core in Markkanen and Kessler benefit tremendously from talented passers and the Jazz would do well to make such a priority during the upcoming draft.
Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving was abruptly put on the market and quickly traded to the Dallas Mavericks, impacting even the Utah Jazz at the deadline
There’s a word for that but I don’t think I can put my finger on it
A look at nine potential draft selections based on where Utah would pick if the season ended today
Kessler is the most impactful rookie in the class and it’s not really even that close