5 Areas Utah Jazz Must Upgrade or Improve This Offseason

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5 Areas Utah Jazz Must Upgrade or Improve This Offseason
USA TODAY Sports

If there's a self-help book specifically written for NBA organizations, the Utah Jazz might have just gone through the first chapter: starting a rebuild.

The moves made last offseason to provide financial flexibility for the future led to a 25-57 record in 2013-14—the third-worst in franchise history and the worst since 1981-82.

Now on to the second chapter: upgrading.

This summer, the Jazz can use some of the salary-cap space they freed up to re-sign Gordon Hayward and extend young assets Enes Kanter and Alec Burks.

They also have two first-round draft picks, including one in the lottery that has a 10.4 percent chance of becoming the No. 1 overall selection.

With that said, perhaps the most immediate upgrade will come by way of a coaching change, as Tyrone Corbin will not return to the position for next season.

 

Unless otherwise noted, all stats are courtesy of Basketball-Reference.com and NBA.com and are current as of April 22, 2014.

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