Found December 20, 2012 on HoopStuff:
  The Utah Jazz are in a very interesting place. They are good enough to make the playoffs, but are not contenders for a championship. However, they have a group of veterans that teams would love to have and young players to start over with. They are in a position to be the biggest players in free agency and should be able to add pieces to their young core that could set them up as contenders for many years to come. It seems that their young, big-man duo of forward Derrick Favors and center Enes Kanter are the foundation for their future and are simply untouchable. Their best perimeter player, Gordon Hayward, seems to be safe as well, but everyone else could be traded. Current starting big men Paul Millsap and Al Jefferson are both valued in the league, have expiring contracts and could give the Jazz a big time returns. They also have guards Randy Foye, Mo Williams and Alec Burks who all have value around the league, especially Burks. Burks was just the 12th overall pick in 2011, bu...
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