There's no program necessary, not with this player-by-player look at this season's Jazz squad.

Joel Bolomboy

Height: 6-foot-9

Weight: 235 pounds

Position: Power forward

Years pro: 0

Of note: The 22-year-old Ukraine native and Weber State alum was taken with the 52nd pick in the 2016 NBA Draft. Bolomboy averaged 17 points and 13 rebounds per game for the Wildcats last year. The rookie has plenty of length and athleticism, but with Rudy Gobert, Derrick Favors, Trey Lyles, and Jeff Withey all in front of him on the depth chart, Bolomboy may see more time with the SLC Stars than the Jazz.

Alec Burks

Height: 6-foot-6

Weight: 214 pounds

Position: Shooting guard

Years pro: 5

Of note: The swingman out of Colorado was on track to have one of his best NBA seasons — Burks’ per 36 numbers last season: 18.6 points, 4.9 rebounds — but his season was cut short after he suffered a fractured fibula in December. Burks was effective coming off the bench last year, and could fill the same role this year if Rodney Hood starts at the shooting guard position for Quin Snyder.

Boris Diaw

Height: 6-foot-8

Weight: 250 pounds

Position: Center

Years pro: 13

Of note: The 34-year-old Frenchman is well-traveled, playing on four different NBA teams prior to Utah. Diaw won an NBA title with the San Antonio Spurs in 2014 and brings 2,941 minutes of postseason experience to the Jazz. Diaw joined the Jazz after Utah sent a 2022 second-round draft pick, cash and Olivier Hanlan to San Antonio for Diaw. Diaw will be a key veteran off the bench behind Rudy Gobert this season.

Dante Exum

Height: 6-foot-6

Weight: 190 pounds

Position: Point guard

Years pro: 2

Of note: Exum missed all of the 2015-2016 season after suffering a left knee injury while playing for the Australian national basketball team. The fifth pick of the 2014 draft, who showed glimpses of what he could be in 2014-15, is fully healed and ready for his sophomore season. The long and quick point guard averaged 9.4 points, 1.6 rebounds, and 3.2 assists per game in preseason play, and is more aggressive. Exum and George Hill both look to play important minutes at point guard this season.

Derrick Favors

Height: 6’ 10”

Weight: 265 pounds

Position: Power forward

Years pro: 6

Of note: Last year, Favors missed games 28-43 (16 games) with a sore back, partly due to sleeping on his stomach. In those 16 games, the Jazz lost nine (with wins coming over the 76ers, Lakers, Grizzlies, and Heat), underscoring how important Favors is to the Jazz. Favors has missed most of the preseason with left knee soreness, so fans haven’t been able to watch him much this year. In 62 games last year, Favors averaged 16.4 points and 8.1 rebounds.

Rudy Gobert

Height: 7-foot-1

Weight: 245 pounds

Position: Center

Years pro: 3

Of note: If the Jazz have an All-Star this year, it may be Gobert. Gobert missed 18 games with a MCL sprain, but in the 61 he did play, he nearly averaged a double-double with 9.1 points and 11 rebounds per game. The “Stifle Tower” had 135 blocks last season. In the preseason, Gobert averaged 14.8 points, 9.2 rebounds, and 2 blocks per game. Gobert has improved his post game and his free-throw shooting and has a mentor and backup in Diaw.

Gordon Hayward

Height: 6-foot-8

Weight: 226 pounds

Position: Shooting forward

Years pro: 6

Of note: Hayward shouldered a lot of responsibility last year, and made the most of it, averaging a career high in points with 19.7 points per game. Hayward has put on a lot of muscle over the summer, and for the first time in his career, worked out in Utah for the entire summer. Hayward impressed in the first two games of preseason play, averaging 16 points per game, but fractured his fourth finger on his left hand after it got caught in a teammate’s jersey during practice. Hayward will be out with the injury for three to five more weeks.

George Hill

Height: 6-foot-3

Weight: 188 pounds

Position: Point guard

Years pro: 8

Of note: Hill was traded to the Jazz in exchange for the draft rights of Taurean Prince in a three-team trade with the Indiana Pacers and Atlanta Hawks. Hill brings experience and quality point guard play to the Jazz, who struggled at the point in the 2015-16 season. The Indianapolis, Indiana native averaged 12.1 points, 3.5 assists and 4 rebounds per game with the Pacers last season.

Rodney Hood

Height: 6-foot-8

Weight: 206 pounds

Position: Shooting guard

Years pro: 2

Of note: Hood stepped up in his second season in the NBA, averaging 14.5 points and two made three-pointers per game in 2015-16. The Duke alum will give the Jazz starting lineup an outside shooting threat and good wing play this season. Hood played in only three preseason games due to a left hand sprain and averaged 12.5 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 1.5 assists.

Joe Ingles

Height: 6-foot-8

Weight: 226 pounds

Position: Shooting forward

Years pro: 2

Of note: “Jingles” may be most known for his off-the-court personality and humor, but the Australian is making a name for himself on the court. Ingles averaged 15 minutes last season, averaging 4 points, 1 assist and 0.7 steals. Coach Quin Snyder also trusted him in late-game situations, as Ingles was the Jazz’s go-to inbounder in close games.

Joe Johnson

Height: 6-foot-7

Weight: 240 pounds

Position: Shooting forward

Years pro: 15

Of note: Johnson has the most NBA experience on the Jazz, entering his 16th year in the NBA. Johnson was signed by the Jazz as a free agent over the summer. The Little Rock, Arkansas native has been selected to the All-Star game seven times in his career. Last season he split time with Brooklyn and Miami, averaging 12.2 points and 3.6 rebounds per game. Johnson brings the Jazz a scorer who can get to the hoop by himself. Johnson’s nickname is “Iso Joe.”

Trey Lyles

Height: 6-foot-10

Weight: 234 pounds

Position: Power forward

Years pro: 1

Of note: The second-year forward from Kentucky impressed last year and in this year’s Summer League. Lyles has played an average of 19.8 minutes in the preseason, averaging 9.8 points and 6.2 rebounds. Lyles has good range around the basket and a soft touch.

Shelvin Mack

Height: 6-foot-3

Weight: 203 pounds

Position: Point guard

Years pro: 5

Of note: Gordon Hayward’s Butler teammate was brought in during the middle of last season to help with Utah’s not so ideal point guard situation. Mack played in 28 games, starting 27, and averaged 12.7 points and 5.3 assists. Mack looks to be the third point guard behind George Hill and Dante Exum.

Raul Neto

Height: 6-foot-1

Weight: 179

Position: Point guard

Years pro: 1

Of note: Last season, Raul Neto played in all 82 game, averaging 18.5 minutes, 5.9 points and 2.1 assists. The Brazilian averaged 12.8 minutes per game in preseason play, scoring 4.4 points and adding 0.6 assists. Neto will battle with Mack for backup minutes behind Hill and Exum.

Jeff Withey

Height: 7-foot-0

Weight: 231 pounds

Position: Center

Years pro: 3

Of note: In his fourth year of pro ball, Kansas product Jeff Withey played bench minutes at the center position. Withey averaged 4.3 pounds and 3.4 rebounds in 12.9 minutes per game last year, and looks to build on the 51 games he played for the Jazz in 2015-16.