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Andris Biedrins, Center
Andris Biedrins has only appeared in six games this season. He's averaged 2.8 rebounds and 0.5 points in those games.
Considering that this is the last season on his current contract, it's starting to look like Biedrins may be done with the NBA after 2013-14.
In his last three NBA seasons, he's put up 3.3 rebounds and one point while shooting 21.4 percent from the free-throw line. Hard to imagine anyone picking him up this summer.
Still, flunking the guy probably isn't fair since he hasn't had a ton of time to prove himself and no one expected much from him anyway.
Ian Clark, Shooting Guard
Signed out of the summer league as a potential three-point specialist, rookie Ian Clark has failed to impress in his eight NBA appearances.
He's shooting just 27.3 percent from downtown. In three D-League games with the Bakersfield Jam, he was at 33.3. Still, not terribly impressive against lesser competition.
John Lucas, III, Point Guard
There really isn't much more that can be said of John Lucas, III and his inefficiency.
It shouldn't be surprising considering his history (he'd never hit 40 percent from the field for a season prior to this one), but somehow it is.
This was the "big" free-agent signing this summer. Really, the only one. So far, he's shooting just 33.6 percent from the field and 34.4 percent from three-point range and he does very little as a playmaker (1.5 assists a game).
Mike Harris, Small Forward
Mike Harris has averaged just 11.3 minutes in his 20 appearances for the Jazz, but he's making the most of his very limited role.
When he's out there, he plays hard on both ends of the floor, and with a field-goal percentage of 47.5, he's been pretty efficient as a shooter. The only players on the team with a better percentage are Jeremy Evans and Derrick Favors
Brandon Rush, Shooting Guard/Small Forward
When the Jazz took on the expiring contracts of Biedrins, Richard Jefferson and Brandon Rush from the Golden State Warriors, the thought was that Rush might be the one guy who could make an impact in Utah.
That hasn't been the case so far, but it's not really Rush's fault.
He spent the first few weeks of the season recovering from a knee injury, and since he's been back he hasn't played much.
He's averaged 12.6 minutes in 12 appearances and is scoring just 1.6 points a game. The silver lining is that there's still plenty of time for Rush to carve out a role as a three-point specialist. He's shooting 44.4 percent from downtown.