Also what I liked about the Evans dunk was there were a couple of Jazz players
right behind him.
The last couple of years the Jazz only kept thirteen players on the roster and a
couple of times they only had nine semi-healthy bodies.This is where depth comes
in handy.I agree that a good spot for him would be the end of a quarter.No one
would be able to let their guard down.If Evans does it well he could be in the
game the last two minutes as well.
Even with the amazing depth that jazz have at 3,4 this year, it would be a crime
if coach does not get jeremy at least 10mins/game. I think the best way to
utilize him is to put some energy into the game when the jazz players on the
floor are slacking or are tired, end of 2nd or 3rd qtrs. He is almost guaranteed
to give a critical block, putback or rebound and turn the tempo around.