Let me preface with the fact that I think Dennis Lindsey is a good GM and I'm glad to have him. He's still made some mistakes though. Which one was his biggest? Was it, -Drafting Trey Burke over CJ McCollum? -Betting that Hayward would resign with the Jazz? -Drafting Tony Bradley over various other players? -Letting Millsap walk? -Standing pat in free agency in 2018 and not being pro active about trying to improve the team. -Drafting Dante Exum -Drafting Grayson Allen instead of trading down and then taking Allen or someone like Mitchell Robinson early in the 2nd round. etc.. I argue it wasn't any of those. I think there were stronger arguments for each of those at the time that hindsight made it look worse. To me, it was not trading a 1st round pick that became Grayson Allen for Nikola Mirotic when he wanted to come to the Jazz and was on a good contract. The Bulls traded him & a 2nd round pick for New Orleans 1st rounder, Omar Asik, Jameer Nelson, & Tony Allen. I firmly believe the Jazz could've beat that offer without involving Favors. Mirotic would be the perfect fit on the Jazz right now and would be a key piece when the team has potential to be really good but is missing a piece. It was a missed opportunity due to Lindsey being content to stand pat. He's averaging 19 & 11 while shooting 35% from the 3 with 7 attempts per game this year. Ouch.