It was a disappointing season for the Utah Jazz as they were the only team in the NBA with a winning record that did not make the playoffs. While the Milwaukee Bucks got the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference with a 38-44 record and the Boston Celtics might have finished at exactly .500 had they played that game against the Atlanta Hawks, nobody is jealous about who the Bucks have to play in the postseason and Boston’s aging roster is on its last legs.
There are many positives to takeaway from the season: Tyrone Corbin has been doing a good job filling the large shoes of Jerry Sloan, Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap played well and Derrick Favors and Gordon Hayward look like promising young players.
The following are individual grades for each player on the Utah roster:
A means the player was exceptional this season.
B means he was an asset.
C means he did his job.
D means he was a detriment.
F means he failed.