Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap, Mo Williams and Randy Foye were all starters for the Utah Jazz last year and all are free agents this summer. So the organization has some big decisions to make this offseason.
They can try to bring everyone back and battle for a seventh or eighth seed in the Western Conference again. Or they can let them go and sacrifice a year or two to start a legitimate rebuilding around their young core of Gordon Hayward, Derrick Favors and Enes Kanter.
What they'll most likely do is try to find some middle ground between those two options and bring back one or two of those key guys.
I'd blow it up. Utah has two first-round picks in this year's draft, and if they don't spend money on the lineup that barely made them a playoff contender, they'll have plenty to re-sign whatever young talent develops into stars.
In total, there are seven potential outgoing free agents from the Jazz and an individual decision will have to be made on each one. Here are the decisions they should make, and why.