What's the deal with all of the rehashed ideas? There is nothing new or imaginative about anything I'm seeing from the Jazz fan base. It's falling into one of two camps: Bring back/pine for former Jazz players or continue to pine for players that have been linked via free agency or trade over the past two years. Examples: Hayward, Hill, Hood, Kanter, Milsap, Tobias Harris, Conley, Mirotic, Jabari, Jimmer, Wiggins, Middleton... Do any of those players move the needle? I mean, really? I most cases, you're replacing Favors while still trying to fill the PG hole which has largely been unsolvable to DL. Shooters? Fine, but you can't spend much FA capital on shooters alone unless you have a full team to back them up. See: Philly. They were a very good team yes, but they had a Center, PG and a bunch of shooters. They needed more playmakers and got Butler and Harris. So, what do all of the remaining playoff teams have in common? They have multiple guys that can run an offense AND set up their own shots AND are very good at that. Paul/Harden. Curry/Durant/Klay. Leonard/Lowry. etc. How many of those guys fill that need? Harris and Conley? Harris is available, but you're still out a secondary ball handler up top with limited resources to fix that. Favors is going to be a huge part of what they do no matter what. Rubio is gone and doesn't figure into anything else other than cap space at this point.