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There is one thing that the Jazz are not used to...and that is selecting draft picks in the lottery (Picks 1-14).
The Jazz have rarely picked in the lottery, much less have two selections.
But what should they do with those two picks?
Tyrone Corbin's Jazz need a shooting guard. Raja Bell and Kyle Weaver are the only players listed as shooting guards on the roster and with such a possible high selection, they could get a nice one at that.
If they land a pick inside the top eight, they could use their first selection on Kentucky's Brandon Knight or Colorado's Alec Burks.
Knight helped lead the Wildcats to a Final Four appearance and is considered to have lots of potential. Burks is also thought to be one of the best players in the draft, along with being considered one of the most NBA-ready players.
If drafted, either could immediately be thrust into the starting rotation.
Their second selection is expected to be between No. 11 and 14 and players expected to be drafted around there include Naismith Award winner Jimmer Fredette, Kansas' Morris brothers, Kentucky's freshman Terrence Jones and a few others.
Depending on what they do in the offseason (and I will get to that in the following slides), it will be difficult to think exactly who'd they draft.
But, using the solutions that I've based mine upon, I think the best selection is Terrence Jones. Jones, along with Knight, formed a deadly tandem in the NCAA tournament and almost led them to a championship berth.
Most people think that Jimmer Fredette belongs in Salt Lake, but I do not think that's the case. Personally, I think Fredette will be a bust and he reminds me of a certain recent draft bust (although they play two totally different positions) - and who might that be, by the way? West Virginia's Joe Alexander.
I think the Jazz's best bet would be to nab Colorado's Burks and Kentucky's Jones.