It may have looked like old times with Jerry Sloan, Karl Malone and John Stockton back at the Utah Jazz arena - albeit for a local Hall of Fame ceremony.
Yet even Sloan wouldn't recognize this year's Jazz team.
The Jazz have two players named Williams, Mo and Marvin, brought in to boost a dreadful 3-point shooting attack that ranked 27th in the NBA last season.
Utah also has perhaps the best set of ''bigs'' in the league in Al Jefferson, Derrick Favors, Enes Kanter and Paul Millsap, with only Millsap remaining from Utah's 2010 playoff team.
''Time catches up with you and at some point you have to change,'' said Tyrone Corbin, who enters his third year as Jazz head coach but first full season after dealing with Sloan's 2011 departure then last year's strike-shortened campaign. ''But we have some people in place to make that transition not as big.''
He also has choices, with the 6-foot-10 Jefferson and a slimmed-down, muscled up 6-11 Kanter available at center, 6-8 Millsap versat...