The Utah Jazz traded or released a handful of players before the start of the 2013-14 season. The move was made to help develop young, upcoming players by giving them more minutes.
The Jazz stumbled out to a 1-14 record, but have since won nearly half their games and have improved to a 12-26 mark.
The young players have looked good so far, but did the Jazz make a mistake letting so many veterans go?
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