With the end of the 2010-2011 NBA season drawing to a close for the Utah Jazz, there is a chance that Andrei Kirilenko has played his last game for the team. Unable to play due to injury, it looks like he will not play again this season and his career with the Jazz could come to an unceremonious end.
The contract that he signed after the 2004-2005 season expires at the end of this year, and it remains to be seen where he fits in the future plan of the Utah Jazz.
With the exception of Carlos Boozer, no player has polarized fans in Utah as much as Kirilenko over the last few years. Due partly to his maximum contract that many fans felt he did not live up to, and partly to not returning to the high level of play that he set early in his career, Jazz fans have a wide range of opinions regarding how valuable to the team he has been.
Love him, hate him or if you are somewhere in between, let's see how he stacks up against other Jazz players of the past. The comparisons are broken down generally by position because over the years, Kirilenko has played all of them.
At the end of the slideshow let me know where you think he ranks, what he has meant for the team, and what he and the Jazz should do this offseason.