As the summer free agency is coming to a close, we now have a clear look at the Utah Jazz roster heading into next season, and that leaves us with a few burning questions.
After a hectic four weeks, the free agency period has finally begun to wind down. Looking back, it has been one of the craziest off-seasons in recent memory as not only did big name free agents leave their teams, but we saw a flurry of trades, and most recently, trade demands.
While there are still a few recognizable free agents left on the market (Deron Williams, Shabazz Muhammad, JaMychal Green (res.), Nerlens Noel (res.)), none really move the needle much.
The Jazz made some low-key, but smart free agent acquisitions, picking up defensive specialist Thabo Sefolosha and Ekpe Udoh while also acquiring a stretch four in Jonas Jerebko.
At this point, the roster is essentially set for next season. Sure, there may be some minor movement among the bottom positions on the roster, but for the most part, we now know who we are going into battle with this upcoming season.
The predictions are mixed. Some think we could still be a playoff team, while odds have our over/under set at 37.5.
There are a lot of questions and uncertainty heading into next season, and we’ll evaluate three of the biggest questions that Jazz fans are asking one other.