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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Brooklyn Nets

Mikal Bridges

The best option the Utah Jazz could have across the board is Mikal Bridges. No matter who you bring up, he's the best option. He's a long wing, who can shoot from anywhere on the court while playing solid to good defense. He's the perfect option and the one guy the Jazz should open up the checkbooks for. Getting him won't be cheap, but he's the perfect compliment to Collin Sexton and Lauri Markkanen.

Spencer Dinwiddie

The Utah Jazz need help at the point guard spot. Outside of Kris Dunn, they don't have a reliable point guard on the team. Getting Spencer Dinwiddie isn't the most attractive move but it may be the most efficient among the guard options. He's a solid hand who can steady an offense, plus you're not losing too much on defense with him.

Dorian Finney-Smith

The Jazz need a three-point shooter who can play defense, clearly, Dorian Finney Smith is the option that the Jazz need. He's not a perfect player but if you pair him in a multi-piece trade for Dinwiddie or Brides, then Finney-Smith would give the Jazz all the help they can really muster.