Last season the Utah Jazz were a team stuck between the past and the present. They had great veterans like Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap and Mo Williams, who were helping them push for a playoff spot, but they also has a young core featuring Enes Kanter and Derrick Favors who really needed more playing time to develop. This summer the Jazz embraced the future, allowing Jefferson, Millsap and Williams to leave via free agency, effectively turning everything over to the next generation. Joining the young nucleus in Utah this season are draftees Trey Burke and Rudy Gobert, who will going to need time to develop with their new team. The Jazz are going to lose a lot of games this season, but they will be better for it long-term...
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