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The Utah Jazz had arguably the worst point guard situation in the league last season.
According to HoopsStats.com, which organizes production by position, the team ranked 26th in point guard scoring, 27th in rebounding, 28th in assists, 29th in steals, 30th in field-goal percentage and 25th in three-point percentage.
Trey Burke, Diante Garrett, and especially John Lucas III were all terribly inefficient. There had been rumblings the Jazz were after a veteran guard to replace Lucas, but Jazz play-by-play man David Locke thinks that may be out.
If he's willing to accept the role of a mentor who may do more behind the scenes than on the court, adding Sessions would certainly be beneficial.
Just look how his 2013-14 stacks up to how Utah's point guards performed.
Garrett has essentially been replaced on that list by Dante Exum. Both he and Burke would really benefit by having a steady veteran like Sessions on the roster.