5 Reasons Utah Can Be Confident Derrick Favors & Enes Kanter Are the Future

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5 Reasons Utah Can Be Confident Derrick Favors & Enes Kanter Are the Future
Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

The trade deadline came and went without any trace of activity from the Utah Jazz, despite suspicions either Paul Millsap or Al Jefferson would get moved. 

The two veteran big men are on expiring contracts and are considered by many to be surplus talent. Millsap and Jefferson are clogging the way for hyped frontcourt prospects Derrick Favors and Enes Kanter. 

Though the two young stallions will be forced to ride the pine for another few months, the time will quickly arrive when one or possibly both will be thrust into the Utah starting lineup. 

Though one or both of Utah's starting frontcourt players will most likely be gone after this season, Jazz fans need not fret.  Despite their young age, Favors and Kanter are ready to grab the reins and steer this Utah pony into a very bright future. 

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