Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Northwest Division100.7 (5th)96.8 (1st)
Western Conference13th1st


Sat Apr 15
W 97 - 95at LAC
Tue Apr 18
L 99 - 91at LAC
Fri Apr 21
L 111 - 106LAC
Sun Apr 23
W 105 - 98LAC
Tue Apr 25
W 96 - 92at LAC
Fri Apr 28
L 98 - 93LAC
Sun Apr 30
W 104 - 91at LAC
Tue May 2
L 106 - 94at GS
Thu May 4
L 115 - 104at GS
Sat May 6
L 102 - 91GS
Mon May 8
L 121 - 95GS


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Jazz's Nigel Williams-Goss: Drafted by Utah in second round
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Williams-Goss was selected by the Jazz with the 55th overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft.

One of the better players in the country last season, Williams-Goss nearly led Gonzaga to its first national championship before falling to North Carolina in the title game. Williams-Goss has prototypical size for an NBA point guard, but he's only an average athlete and will have to become a better shooter to stick at the next level.

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Jazz's Thomas Bryant: Drafted by Jazz
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bryant was taken by the Jazz with the 43rd overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft.

Thomas opted to skip his final two seasons at Indiana in order to enter the draft. As a second-round selection he will not have a guaranteed roster spot with the Jazz. He was projected to contend for a lottery pick after his freshman season, but he ultimately saw his stock take a hit during his sophomore campaign. He projects to be rim-protector and high-intensity player, but it remains to be seen if he has the athleticism to make it in the league.

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Jazz's Tony Bradley: Headed to Utah
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bradley was selected by the Jazz with the 28th pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, which was acquired from the Lakers in exchange for the 30th and 42nd pick, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reports.

Bradley has good size, boasting a 7-5 wingspan, and great fundamentals for his age. But, his lack of shooting ability along with subpar athleticsim and stamina could be a cause for concern. That said, he's an excellent rebounder and could make for a hustling sparkplug off the bench behind starting center Rudy Gobert.

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Jazz's Donovan Mitchell: Selected by Jazz after pick swap with Denver
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Utah Jazz have acquired the 13th pick from Denver and selected Donovan Mitchell, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reports.

The Jazz obviusly see something special in the former Louisville standout who made waves at the combine with impressive results despite questions about his size and potential to move to the next level. In trading up for Mitchell, Utah gets an excellent defender who will shore up their second unit and challenge Dante Exum for playing time, and he will likely affect the rotation at shooting guard as well.

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Jazz's Dante Exum: Role may be affected by Mitchell's arrival
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Exum could see his role change with the Jazz's addition of Donovan Mitchell, a combo guard selected with the 13th pick of the 2017 NBA Draft.

Mitchell, similar to Exum, is a lengthy combo guard. He's an athletic 6-3 with a 6-10 wingspan, capable of being a great defender at the NBA level, much like Exum. There are questions about which guard slot he will eventually come to occupy, though if the Jazz believe strongly that he's a point guard, it could be a cause for concern for Exum's playing time.

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2016-17 Team Leaders
PPGGordon Hayward , SF21.9
RPGRudy Gobert , C12.8
APGGordon Hayward , SF3.5
FG%Rudy Gobert , C66.1
FT%Gordon Hayward , SF84.4
3P%Joe Ingles , SF44.1
BLOCKSRudy Gobert , C214
STEALSJoe Ingles , SF96
MPGGordon Hayward , SF34.5
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