It was just announced on July 22 that Raul Neto has signed to play overseas, but that doesn’t mean he can’t come in and can’t find success with the Jazz should the team decide they want him. Most overseas contracts have clauses that allow players to pick the NBA over them should that happen. Neto would be a genuine starter for the team if Kris Dunn, Collin Sexton, and Keyonte George struggle.
He’s someone who can do a little bit of everything. He can score, pass, play defense, and be a floor commander. If the Jazz opt to bring him back for a second go-around, then Neto may just break out, as he’s the type of spark plug the team genuinely needs. So if Dunn, Sexton, and Geroge fail, Neto would be your best bet.
Bringing in Mac McClung would just make the Jazz exciting. They may not be better with McClung on the team over, say Dunn, but he’s someone that would instantly bring a ferocity to the squad that seems to be lacking at the moment. He’s a deceptively good player, who just needs a chance to shine in a role made for him. Is that in Utah? Likely not, but if the point guard situation goes to heck in a handbasket, why not bring him in?