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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Charlotte Hornets

Gordon Hayward

It seems fitting that the best option the Charlotte Hornets has is a former Jazzman in Gordon Hayward. He's averaging 14.5 points, 4.6 assists and 4.7 rebounds per game, all while putting up shooting splits of .468/.361/.765. He's also third on the team in defensive box plus minus among all players with at least 400 total minutes played. He's older, sure, but he's actually the type of player the team needs.

Mark Williams

It may seem like a reach for the Jazz to land Mark Williams, but considering how bad the Charlotte Hornets are and how much help they need, they can't hold onto guys like Williams. They'll likely have to trade anyone they can who's worth anything, from Williams to even LaMelo Ball, just to have a shot at building a contender. Defensively he's what the Jazz need to help spell Walker Kessler, and offensively he gives his team some solid options in the low-post.

P.J. Washington

It's time for a fresh start for P.J. Washington. He's had an up-and-down career in Charlotte, and with the amount of loss he's had to go through, it's easy to see him slacking a bit. He's not as engaged, and his stats are a bit down from years past but he could still be a nice addition to the Jazz at the right price.