As they enter Year 2 of a complete franchise overhaul, the Utah Jazz find themselves swimming in loads of cap space, even with The Salt Lake Tribune's Tony Jones reporting the team will look to match any offer for restricted free agent Gordon Hayward.
That includes a max offer. If Hayward were to sign one of those with another team, Utah matching the offer would still leave the team with around $15 million in cap space, based on the salary database at Sham Sports and the projected salary cap of $63 million.
So how should the Jazz spend that money?
Since big-name free agents aren't clamoring to play in Salt Lake City and Utah wants its young guys to take the bulk of the minutes for development, the Jazz could be looking at some bargain-bin players.
Fresh off a 25-57 campaign, the team could really use help at just about any position. And there is a handful of guys flying under the radar who could help this team become a little better now, while providing some veteran leadership and experience that would accelerate the growth of the younger players.