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NBA draft tracker: Senior prospects who may end up with the Utah Jazz

Published: Monday, May 5 2014 3:31 p.m. MDT

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McDermott is an incredible scorer who left Creighton as one of the best players to ever play college ball. The three-time first team All-American totaled more than 3,100 points in his four seasons as a Blue Jay. Even though he had a dominant career, McDermott saved his best for last as a senior.

He averaged a career-high 26.7 points on 52.6 percent shooting from the floor to go along with seven rebounds. His most impressive game of the season came in a March win over Providence when McDermott scored 45 points on 17-of-25 shooting.

For his career, McDermott averaged 21.7 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 145 games.
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Doug10
Roosevelt, UT

Even with deep pockets the Jazz are hurting as they have no stars and nobody on this list is going to step into the NBA and make a huge impact their first 2-3 seasons.

The Jazz used to have a history of winning. When you look at the teams in the first round of the playoffs it is apparent the Jazz do not belong there, it is sad to see on the current course it might be years before the Jazz can play at the playoff level again.

The community is looking to Lindsay to make it happen and bring it together. The team needs to trade for a star that can gather the team and take them on his back to the next level. The team also needs a coach to lead and demand better play and defense from the existing players.

Mr Lindsay we await your first salvo.

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