Yeah, Leonard has had some good workouts and that's why he's moved up the board. Plus, he can rebound, which usually translates from college to the pros.
I'll be turning out a mock draft in the near future, and hopefully shed a little light on where the Jazz will go. Jan Vesely, a 6-11 forward from the Czech Republic is comparable to Tom Chambers, he might be a sleeper pick for Utah.
Jimmer's stock is falling like a rock. some experts now have him in the mid-20s. If a team drafts him they have to be aware of his defesive limitations. He's got great range and can create his own shot. But if your the Jazz, do you take him over Earl Watson as back-up point guard? Thanks for the questions and keep an eye out for my mock draft. Best...
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We'll, they need a shot blocker and they also need a shooting guard. NBAdraft.net is usually pretty reliable, with their first pick,they have the Jazz taking 7'0" power forward Donatas Motiejunas from Lithuania.
Everyone's darling, Jimmer Fredette should still be on the board for their second lottery pick, so I could see O'Connor taking a stab at him, he would obviously sale tickets.
They also think Kansas power forward Marcus Morris is a Jazz type of player. At 6'8" he has the ability to create his own shot and get to the basket.Which is something Paul Millsap can't do that well. He's only a junior, so there's still lots of potential here. I hope that helps a little bit, thanks for the question