Found June 14, 2013 on The Sports Bank:
With four of their top five scorers including Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap free agents during this NBA off-season, the Utah Jazz have a ton of cap space and two first round picks to help their summer makeover.  The question is whether the Jazz will spend big in the off-season or build around the young pieces already on their roster. Utah Jazz (43-39 last year) 2012-13 Season Summary: Had the Utah Jazz been in the Eastern Conference, they would have finished at the number seven seed and earned a trip to the playoffs.  However, in the more competitive Western Conference, Utah missed out on the post-season despite finishing four games above five hundred. It is hard to say that was a disappointing finish considering the questions Utah had in the backcourt.  With Mo Williams sidelined for half of the season, the Jazz had to turn to veterans Earl Watson and Jammal Tinsley to run the point while even using Alec Burks at the one for stretches.  The shooting guard position was just as probl...
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