5 starting-caliber point guards to shore up the Utah Jazz roster: Gabe Vincent
As far as notable names go, some Utah Jazz fans may not be super familiar with Gabe Vincent, but he might actually be one of the most interesting options on this list.
Vincent is one of the Miami Heat’s undrafted projects, as they’ve become elite at developing talent out of nowhere. He’s become a quality rotational piece for Miami and still has room to grow.
He’ll be 27 years old by the time next season begins, so he’s as old as some NBA veterans, but it will only be his fifth season in the NBA. If Utah gave him their starting job, there’s no telling how good he could be.
During Miami’s miracle playoff run this season, he’s taken on a huge role. This includes a massive string of three-straight 20+ point games from Game 5 in the first round against the Milwaukee Bucks through the first two games of Miami’s second-round series against the New York Knicks.
The point guard has made big shots on countless occasions for the Heat and is unafraid of taking them, which is even more important. He’s started in every single Heat playoff game, too.
Miami will likely look to bring him back, but with both him and Max Strus needing contract extensions, they have some tough decisions to make.
Both players will be unrestricted free agents, and the Jazz could capitalize on that and look to target Vincent for their open starting point guard position.