Adding a stretch-the-floor type gunner like Mo Williams is exactly what the short-ranged Utah Jazz needed, but unfortunately, they are still a heavily flawed team.
Utah isn't exactly a phenomenal defensive team, and despite their interior toughness, they still struggle to stop a lot of teams.
They are not a team that gets easy wins.
They win by out-hustling, out-rebounding, and just flat out forcing the ball inside, utilizing their talented frontcourt pairing of Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap.
In all honesty, they are too stacked frontcourt-wise, and their management should figure out whether or not to move some of their pieces to diversify the roster.
Sure, it's great to have depth, but when you have four talented pivot-men on your roster, and a guy that could really flourish in Derrick Favors, the Jazz could really used a real point guard or a true slashing scoring guard.
They still lack a true identity, but it's clear their strength lies in their inside game.
In 2013 the Jazz need to decide whether they want to make a run, or go in a different direction and blow the team up.
As it stands, they are a team in NBA purgatory—not quite good enough to win it all, not quite bad enough to get a great draft position.