6 biggest questions for the Utah Jazz heading to training camp

Ochai Agbaji of the Utah Jazz.
Ochai Agbaji of the Utah Jazz. /
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These are the six biggest questions surrounding the Utah Jazz as training camp looms.

We’ve had a busy offseason. Free agents jumped around, trades were made, and of course, the draft gave teams hope for a brighter future. But now the movement is largely over and while we have guys like Damian Lillard still waiting for his new home, the league is mostly settled.

Teams are now assessing what they have and what they need as training camp looms, but before teams can make a final inventory, there’s still one major item on that offseason list.

The FIBA World Cup.

The FIBA World Cup is coming up, and it marks the last off-season item for NBA players and teams before training camp starts. Once the FIBA World Cup is over, NBA teams like the Utah Jazz can finally start getting their houses in order.

Training camp is of course the time for every NBA team, including the Utah Jazz, to get their players ready for the regular season. Things like conditioning, getting players acclimated to the playbooks, and of course getting new talent acclimated with one another.

Hopefully, every NBA player returns to their respective teams healthy, otherwise, it won’t just be wind sprints and drills people will have to worry about, but replacing key members of the roster.

Assuming the Jazz don’t have to worry about any of their key players dropping in the FIBA World Cup, these are the six questions that the Jazz still have to answer.