5 of Kevin O'Connor's best (and worst) decisions as Utah Jazz general manager

Published: Tuesday, Aug. 7 2012 7:48 p.m. MDT

Although he's staying with the organization, Kevin O'Connor's tenure as the general manager of the Utah Jazz has come to an end. O'Connor was one of the few pieces left from the Stockton-to-Malone era, and his time was marked by both highs (the Western Conference Finals in 2007) and lows (the 2004-05 team that finished 26-56).

Here, in unranked order, is a look at some of the best decisions of Kevin O'Connor's Jazz career...and a few he probably wishes he could have back.

(We're not counting this year's deals involving Mo Williams, Randy Foye and Marvin Williams; it's too soon to tell.)

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