December 9, 2011 will start one of the craziest free-agency periods in NBA history.
Not only will teams have a very short time to contact potential players, but they will be starting training camps and preparing for the 66-game season all at the same time.
Depending on what the team decides to do with Andrei Kirilenko and Earl Watson, the Jazz will need to add a few players to round out the roster.
The following is a list possible players that the Jazz need to look at to improve the team and bring in some veteran leadership to guide the young players.
Each of these guys will be sought after by several teams in the league, but the Jazz may surprise us like they did when they signed Carlos Boozer and Mehmet Okur and become players in the free-agent market.