Found June 17, 2013 on TornBySports:
The NBA draft is upon us next Thursday (the day after I leave for the MTC on  mission) and every front office is working frantically, trying to figure out which players to bring in and which ones to not touch with a ten-foot pole. However, the Utah Jazz are in an interesting position in this year’s draft – they currently hold picks 14 and 21 in a relatively weak draft. The Jazz desperately need a point guard, or a guard that can create a consistent shot for himself, and that caliber of player will most likely be gone by the time David Stern steps up to the podium for the 14th time Thursday night. With all this uncertainty, what direction should the Jazz head in this year’s draft? Well, in order to answer that question a few factors must first be considered: 1. Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap are most likely gone next season. Unless Jefferson comes back to Salt Lake City for far less than last season’s $15 million salary, Big Al played his last game in a Jazz uniform against Memphis. M...
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