Eight former Jazz players that still have something to play for

Published: Tuesday, April 23 2013 9:58 a.m. MDT

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Current team: Atlanta Hawks

Years with the Jazz: 2010-2012

2012-13 stats: 24.5 mpg, 9.9 ppg, 3.4 apg, 43.8 FG%

Playoff prognosis: The former Deron Williams successor shares career quirks with other former Jazz players Carlos Boozer (peaked too early) and Ronnie Brewer ("potential" has expired; he's 30 years old).

The one-time All-Star sees a lot of small-ball minutes playing alongside the promising Jeff Teague in the backcourt. Harris, however, turned in just eight points in team-high 40 minutes in Atlanta's Game 1 loss to Indiana.

As Jazz fans did before them, Hawks faithful are likely wondering why Harris hasn't been more productive than he is. Improved play would go a long way towards answering that -- as well as giving the Hawks a chance against the Pacers, who appear to be the superior team early on.
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