Searching for Positives in Tough Utah Jazz Season

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Searching for Positives in Tough Utah Jazz Season
Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports

A record of 19-33 isn't good. In fact, it's bad.

But for the rebuilding Utah Jazz, focusing on the wins and losses is shortsighted. This was always supposed to be a tough season. We knew as much when the team let Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap walk away for nothing this past summer.

The team was put on the shoulders of the young core of Gordon Hayward, Derrick Favors, Alec Burks, Enes Kanter and Trey Burke. And though they've all had their individual struggles, there are plenty of signs to suggest better times are ahead.

 

Unless otherwise noted, all stats are courtesy of Sports-Reference.com and NBA.com and are current as of Feb. 17, 2014.

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