3 players from every losing team that would improve the Utah Jazz

What player from the worst teams in the NBA could help the Utah Jazz
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Atlanta Hawks

Honorable Mentions: Patty Mills and Dejounte Murray

Dejounte Murray is the pick, but everyone wants him, plus we've talked about him a lot. So we're looking elsewhere for this article. Also, Patty Mills could add some nice depth for the Jazz, but he's not in the top three.

Bogdan Bogdanovic

Getting someone like Bogdan Bogdanovic would be perfect. He's an excellent shooter, a solid defender, and can play next to Collin Sexton and Kris Dunn. He's a bit older than you'd want in a long-term trade asset but what he brings to the table can't be denied.

Clint Capela

Having two defensive-minded centers isn't a bad thing. Having Clint Capela would be an expensive backup, but if you were able to wheel out Walker Kessler and Capela in back-to-back rotations, then you'd really have a good shot of keeping opposing teams out of the paint.

Garrison Mathews

It may not seem like it, but Garrison Mathews can shoot, he's just not given the chance in Atlanta. He's just shy of 38% from three for his career and is currently hitting 46% from three this season. It's only on two shots per game, but he can add some real help when it comes to spacing the court. Plus, on a good, defensive-minded team, he can provide something extra on defense.