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Point Guard: Mo Williams
Shooting Guard: Randy Foye
Small Forward: Gordon Hayward
Power Forward: Marvin Williams
Center: Paul Millsap
Like the defensive lineup, this is another experiment that would be not used for a huge amount of minutes, but could prove to be very valuable in the closing minutes of close games when the Jazz need a three.
This is really where the additions of Mo Williams, Marvin Williams and Randy Foye will come in handy.
Last year, Utah didn't have a single player finish in the top 75 in three-point percentage. With newcomers Marvin, Mo and Randy, they will have three that finished in the top 40.
One perceived matchup issue Utah could have in this lineup would be putting Millsap, whose outside shooting has steadily improved over the course of his career, at center, thereby putting him up with the Dwight Howards and Andrew Bynums of the league.
However, if Utah needs a three and have all four players (minus the in-bounder) running around the perimeter, the opposing team would likely have a smaller and quicker player guarding Millsap anyway. If the opposing team didn't get a chance to sub in the correct players, a slow, lumbering center trying to chase Millsap all over the court would actually be an advantage for Utah.