Trey Burke - Answer to the Jazz problems. Pushes the ball - Distributes the ball - Solid shooter - Can create for himself and finish at the basket - solid defender
If we are at the bottom of the lottery I hope he is still available
According to nbadraft.net the Jazz will be selecting McAdoo, CJ Wilcox (Washington) and Nate Wolters (South Dakota State). That would be a dreadful draft. I'm intrigued by Wolters but I think you might be able to get him on a camp invite.
If you o by the numbers from nbadraft.net the Jazz will be selecting 14, 24, 44. According to those numbers and in accordance with draftexpress.com the Jazz will be selecting McCollum (one ahead of MCW I might add), CJ Leslie and WCS. I like that return much more.
I'm going to come out and say it---I think the Jazz are playing the veteran rotations to a) try to protect a few players' trade value, and b) make sure we get a draft pick in the late lottery so we can add a much-needed point guard. I think the FO knows which rotations perform and don't perform as well as Sports Illustrated does. I literally think we're running a slow tank, in part because the Warriors are playing well.
All I can see in MCW is Shawn Livingston pre-injury... Not sure why but he comes to mind
Myck Kabongo is the perfect pg for us. The Longhorn coach is practically running Sloans entire system, so Myck would really be able to make a nice transition.
That would royally suck.
Myck is overrated and always has been. Maybe I'm wrong, but I've always called him Avery Bradley.
Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory.