Utah Jazz


Roster (16)

Mike Conley Jr PG

Rudy Gobert C

Bojan Bogdanovic SG

Donovan Mitchell SG

Joe Ingles SF

Dante Exum PG

Tony Bradley C

Ed Davis C

Georges Niang SF

Royce O’Neal SF

Jeff Green SF

Emmanuel Mudiay PG

Nigel Williams-Goss PF

William Howard F

Miye Oni G

Stanton Kidd SF


Two Way

Justin Wright Foreman PG

Jarrell Brantley PF


Starting 5

Mike Conley Jr PG

Donovan Mitchell SG

Joe Ingles SF

Ed Davis PF

Rudy Gobert C


Outgoing Players (7)

Derrick Favors PF (FA, NOP)

Kyle Korver (Trade, MEM, PHX, Buyout?)

Jae Crowder SF ( Trade Memphis)

Thabo Sefolosha SF (FA)

Epke Udoh C (FA, CHINA – Beijing)

Raul Neto PG (FA, 76ERS)

Grayson Allen SG (Trade, MEM)


Incoming Players

Mike Conley Jr PG (Trade, MEM)

Ed Davis PF (FA, BRK)

Jeff Green SF (FA, WAS)

Emmanuel Mudiay PG (FA, NYK)

Nigel Williams-Goss PF (FA, Olympiacos)

William Howard F (FA, CSP Limoges)

Miye Oni G (Trade, GSW 58th pick 2019 NBA Draft)

Stanton Kidd SF (FA, Darassafaka)


2018-19 Final Regular Season Standing: 5th Western Conference (50-32)

2019-20 Projected Regular Season Standing: 5th Western Conference (50-32)


The Utah Jazz got better with the trade for Mike Conley. He will fit perfectly in the backcourt with Donovan Mitchell, and is far better than Ricky Rubio. Utah also signed talented young Shooting Guard Bojan Bogdanovic to help off the bench. Ed Davis will likely get to start at PF, unless they opt to start journey man Jeff Green, who has been overrated and hasn’t really ever seemed to play to his full potential.

Though the Jazz made progress over the summer, they are weak in the front court behind Gobert and Davis. They will have to rely on guys like Niang, O’Neal, and Bradley, as well as new comers Goss and Howard who both came from overseas. The Jazz aren’t looking much better off the bench in the front court, though Bogdanovic helps a lot there. Mudiay, Exum, and Oni are Bojan’s help. Not great. The Jazz look to make a jump forward, but may be blocked by a lack of depth and a deep western conference. They could land higher than 5th come the end of the season if their young guys prove more talented than expected.







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