3 players that are definitely not coming back next year for the Utah Jazz

It's time to say goodbye to these three players for good.
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The Utah Jazz have not been a good team since February. They're arguably the worst team in the NBA right now and have just three wins since the NBA Trade Deadline. This team is getting ground up and spat up every single night they play and the only saving grace to the debacle this season finale has become is the fact that next season brings with it some hope.

A hope that a more talented, more dedicated, more mature roster will be in place and that the front office, led by Danny Ainge and Justin Zanik will commit to winning by any means necessary. Without that hope, the last two seasons will have been for nothing. Guys like Lauri Markkanen and Collin Sexton will go from building blocks to trade targets for other teams. Teams that are serious about competing. About winning.

The Utah Jazz need to become one of those teams, and to do so a roster overhaul is likely. It's likely if the Jazz don't become one of those competitive teams too, after all, if the Jazz don't try winning next season, Markkanen, Sexton, and others are going to be gone sooner rather than later.

So regardless, this roster is going to look a lot different come next season. Hopefully better, but who knows anymore. Regardless of the direction the team goes in 2024, we found a few players that the team is going to be done with, one way or another.