Ask any Utah Jazz fan and you will find the vast majority of them are incredibly proud of the steps this young team took this past year.
After a tumultuous 2010-2011 campaign, Utah was able to find success with a new coach and a lineup of mostly young and unproven players.
Most NBA analysts peg the Jazz as contenders in a few years. While they are currently a good team, a few minor tweaks could pay dividends this offseason. They are already stacked in the frontcourt, so these are the positions they need to spend quality time shoring up in the offseason.