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The Utah Jazz’s summer has begun, and all eyes are on what Dennis Lindsey will do to improve this team. After watching the Jazz struggle against the Rockets in the playoffs, help is needed to ease the scoring burden placed on Donovan Mitchell.

This offseason, Lindsey could have as much as $20 million in cap space to play with if the Jazz let Derrick Favors walk in free agency, renounce the rights to Dante Exum and Raul Neto and then waive the non-guarantees for next year on Thabo Sefolosha, Jonas Jerebko and Ekpe Udoh’s contracts. Letting all these pieces go could cost the Jazz a lot of their depth, something they shouldn’t do.

Without gutting half the roster, can Lindsey add a third star that is crucial to have in making a title run? The Jazz front office will exhaust all avenues (trade, draft and free agency) to continue to build a contender. The most glaring need this offseason is solidifying the power forward position.

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Both of the Utah Jazz's new franchise cornerstones have now written for The Players' Tribune.

After Rudy Gobert did so during the Jazz's first-round playoff series victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder, Donovan Mitchell followed suit with a piece that was published on Tuesday morning.

Mitchell spent much of the piece praising the team's fans, particularly those who greeted the squad at the airport after it was eliminated in the second round by the Houston Rockets, and also wrote about his team's mentality and goals for the future.

He closed by reflecting on his journey to the NBA, his rookie season and his love for the league and Salt Lake City.

"Jazz fans: I’ll see you around this summer — and I’ll see y’all in October for sure," Mitchell wrote. "Hopefully the next time we hang out at the airport, we’ll bring a trophy."

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The Utah Jazz and San Antonio Spurs are some of the elite franchises in NBA history. This relationship between these two teams goes a lot deeper ...

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As the Utah Jazz prepared to tackle the offseason a year ago, the world around them was changing.

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