The Lakers upgraded. The Nuggets upgraded. The Clippers look strong. The Thunder may not have James Harden anymore, but they still have Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.
The Jazz also made upgrades, but did they do enough in the offseason to make Tyrone Corbin's first full season at the helm a successful one? Will they be able to keep their deep roster and make the payroll, or will one of the Jazz's coveted big men have to go on the trade block?
The Jazz youth movement will embark upon a brand new NBA season on Halloween, and as is always the case with an unfamiliar team, there are more questions than there are answers.
Fortunately, there are men who get paid to try to answer them.
Our own Jody Genessy, the Ogden Standard-Examiner's Jim Burton, the Salt Lake Tribune's Bill Oram and Jazz play-by-play man David Locke sat down for a Jazz beat reporter roundtable in order to answer these questions and others.
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