Five Reasons the Utah Jazz Shouldn’t Trade for Jeff Teague

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Dec 5, 2015; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Utah Jazz forward Trevor Booker (33) and Utah Jazz forward Derrick Favors (15) react during overtime against the Indiana Pacers at Vivint Smart Home Arena. The Jazz won 122-119. Mandatory Credit: Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports /

1) The Jazz Have a Good Thing Going

After struggling through a barrage of injuries and falling below .500 in December and January, the Jazz are finally playing sweet music once again. Rudy Gobert and Derrick Favors are both back in the lineup with Alec Burks soon to follow and the Jazz have suddenly won seven of their last eight games.

While the point guard position was something of a question mark entering the season, Neto has held his own as the team’s starting point guard and Trey Burke has emerged as a force off the bench.

Bottom line–things are pretty good right now.

Should the Jazz rock the boat or break up their core to bring in a player that could walk when his contract expires after next season? It’s a tough question to answer, but perhaps not as difficult as some Jazz fans believe.

The Jazz look to be well on their way toward a playoff berth as is, with Dante Exum likely returning to action for the team next season. So if things are already trending in a positive direction and a potential starting point guard is waiting in the wings, the best move for the franchise may just be to roll with what they’ve got.

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