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Derrick Favors and Rudy Gobert are the only players who were on the Jazz’s roster the last time Alec Burks was fully healthy and playing a major role. That was five years ago. Gobert, though, spent part of that 2013-2014 season in what is now called the G League, and much of it not playing.

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Sure, it’s preseason, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get carried away with what we saw. Let the extrapolation begin!

Well, that was fun.

This month, the Utah Jazz torched their way through a 5-0 preseason that saw them win each game by an average of 30.6 points, good for a Net Rating of 27.6 (first in the NBA). They shot 50.9 percent from the field (first) and 42.1 percent from three (first). They averaged nearly 30 assists per game (first) and just over 15 threes (third) and 50 rebounds (fifth).

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SALT LAKE CITY — Jazz coach Quin Snyder has a dilemma of sorts as the regular season approaches in regards to his wing position.

Sure, he's going to start Joe Ingles and Donovan Mitchell, who are both coming off terrific seasons and have played well in the preseason.

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Here are the 16 members of the 2018-19 Utah Jazz, with a little analysis thrown in for good measure. Tyler Cavanaugh and Naz Mitrou-Long are two-way players this season, which means they’ll split time between the Jazz and their G-League affiliate, the Salt Lake City Stars.

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Joe Ingles joined DJ & PK to talk about the conclusion of the preseason for the Utah Jazz and now preparing or the open of the season next week in Sacramento.

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