(Eds: Updates with details. With AP Photos.) By LYNN DeBRUIN AP Sports Writer After struggling last year, the Utah Jazz have plenty of fresh faces and fresh legs this season.
Yet having four players 21 and younger - all four lottery picks - won't guarantee Utah a spot in the postseason, even with a condensed 66-game schedule front-loaded with home contests.
''You see the future out there and the future is bright,'' rookie guard Alec Burks said.
He also knows the learning curve could be steep, even if No. 3 overall pick Enes Kanter is a towering presence at 6-foot-11 and last year's No. 3 pick, 6-10 Derrick Favors, has shown signs of dominating inside.
Tyrone Corbin, who took over when Hall of Fame coach Jerry Sloan abruptly retired in February, has to fit the right pieces together and get players moving quicker in his tweaked defensive scheme.
He vowed every player would ''earn his minutes.''
Point guard Devin Harris, acquired with Favors in the trade of All-Star Deron William...