Final Regular-Season Grades for Every Utah Jazz Player

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Final Regular-Season Grades for Every Utah Jazz Player
Matt York

A long season packed with losses and talk of tanking has mercifully ended for the Utah Jazz.

The organization has only had two seasons in its history that ended with fewer wins than the 25 that came from the 2013-14 campaign. And both of those were in the '70s.

It's been a rough go for players and fans, but not a surprising one. Everyone knew this was a rebuilding season when management let four of the team's top five scorers in 2012-13 walk in free agency, turning things over to the young core of Gordon Hayward, Derrick Favors, Alec Burks, Enes Kanter and Trey Burke.

They took their lumps on the way to 57 losses, but there were definitely a few bright spots providing reason to be excited about the future.

With all that in mind, the Jazz players will be graded on a curve. Otherwise, I wouldn't be able to give anyone much higher than a C.

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