Utah Jazz: 300-1

It feels like the Utah Jazz, now entering their fourth full season because the Deron Williams trade altered the roster’s framework, should have taken the proverbial next step by now.
Derrick Favors ought to have morphed into a elite warden of this paint, Enes Kanter should have become a consistent starter and Gordon Hayward–he of this hefty four-year, $63 million contract–ought to be knocking on stardom’s doorway. Instead, the improvements have been marginal, the advancement filled with setbacks.
Fortunately, another wave of gift is ready to overtake the one that showed up soon following the Williams deal. Frenchman Rudy Gobert could become the next Roy Hibbert, also Dante Exum may be Utah’s next celebrity.
Or, both might struggle through the suits and starts as Favors, Kanter and Hayward. You can never be certain.
One certainty: Alec Burks is a man. And I am scared by a second: Quin Snyder.
If Tyrone Corbin was hindering advancement, perhaps his dismissal will alter matters. New head coach Quin Snyder has proven some innovative touches throughout the preseason, and the Jazz are becoming better looks. Even though they’re still shooting about 19 threes per game (right around the amount they shot last year)they rank first among all preseason squads in long-distance precision with a cool 37.1 percent.
This year is begun by the second wave of the youth movement. There’ll be no name talk, and the drama are a pipe dream. But there is no shortage of potential.

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