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Making the Case: Utah Jazz

The Utah Jazz might have a significant decision to make this offseason. They could look at their stars and realize that Donovan Mitchell would land the most effective return. If this is the case, they would be able to get some replacements on the offensive end of the floor.

It is not easy to replace a player like Donovan Mitchell, but having the opportunity to acquire a rising talent like Jordan Poole would be an intriguing possibility. At 22-years-old, he averaged 18.5 points, 3.4 rebounds, and 4.0 assists — showcasing some serious long-term potential.

Acquiring a wing like Andrew Wiggins would be another solid addition for the Jazz. He makes a strong two-way impact and could shoulder more of a scoring burden in Utah given he would be needed to do so.

A young wing in Jonathan Kuminga would be an intriguing project for the Jazz to undertake. If he develops well next to Rudy Gobert, he could be the option at the four they’ve lacked.

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