So who will emerge as the team's go-to guy(s)? Who'll provide the scoring spark when needed or the leadership boost?
Corbin was as evasive about answering that line of questioning as he was naming starters. Even so, he's positive it will happen.
"We're going to hold that on the guys," he said. "We'll go through camp, and we'll see who rises to be that guy for this team."
Big Al, ESPN's highest-ranked Jazz player at 52, has spent all offseason getting into shape. But so has Millsap (No. 57) and others.
Could another guy step forward?
Maybe Hayward, Harris, Favors, perhaps even the growing-in-confidence Miles?
"I have a couple of guys I think will be that guy," Corbin admitted. "But I'm going to hold that back and see if they step up."
Regardless of who becomes the standout(s) of this 2011-12 squad, there is optimism that good things can and will happen.
"Based on the guys we've got coming back from last year, we're a good team," Millsap said. "We're young, but we've got a little experience."
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