With eight free agents, including three of the team's four highest paid players, the Utah Jazz will have a plethora of options in free agency next year.
Utah can afford to toss bushels of money at anybody they please. The team only has about $25 million committed to next year's roster as of now.
This squad is at a crossroads, and next year will be year one of a distinctively new regime in Salt Lake City. Spending all their money bringing back the likes of Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap and Mo Williams might keep them in contention for the No. 8 seed in the west for the foreseeable future.
If Utah wants to ascend towards the peak of the Western Conference mountain, they will need to build around their young core of draft picks in Enes Kanter, Derrick Favors, Alec Burks and Gordon Hayward.
Many free agents are out there to help this team move forward.
What we know is that things must change because this current roster simply cannot get it done. With such a bountiful class of free agents at their disposal, Utah will have plenty of guys to look at outside of their own roster in order to speed up their rebuilding process.