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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Detroit Pistons

Honorable Mention - Cade Cunningham

The Utah Jazz would have once been lucky to get Cade Cunningham, but the team is much improved since those days, but he'd still be a nice asset. Just one the Jazz no longer need.

Bojan Bogdanovic

The unrelated Bogdan Bogdanovic is still a better option, but Bojan is still an incredible shooter. he's shooting over 40% from the floor and from behind the three-point line. The biggest issues with Bojan are his age and his lack of defense. He's 34, with some slow feet, but if you bring him off the bench you may limit any negative impacts he provides.

Alec Burks

What you give up in defense with Alec Burks, you make up for inefficient scoring. His ability to make his shots count is impressive, plus he's familiar with Utah, having spent most of his first eight seasons in the league in Salt Lake City. He's a nice addition to the bench should the team have an interest in him.

Danilo Gallinari

He's only returned to action recently after missing a month, and while nowhere near the dynamic scorer he used to be, he can still run pick and pops, and stretch the court with some relative ease. Plus he can still play some solid defense.