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Published: Wednesday, June 26 2013 6:55 p.m. MDT

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Saint Louis, MO

It will be interesting to watch what happens. The Jazz have a bit of flexibility. Their draft choices will tell a lot about their strategy in regard to free agents.

Chandler, AZ

I'm still bitter at Golden State for tanking last season and turning our top 10 2012 pick into a #21 2013 pick.

Tokyo, Japan


what if the guy we get at 21...turned out to be a very good player....

West Jordan, UT


Salt Lake City, UT

its a poor draft field of prospects......trade them off for next year and blow off this season by giving our young guys the ball!

Holladay, UT


You may be right.

But I believe there some true golden nuggets from smaller schools and over seas.
Players like cj mcollum, wolters, olynyk, schroeder to name a few,

the top players from big name schools will most likely be be gone by time the jazz draft.

I would not surprised if the jazz use one of the 1st round picks on a foreigner.

And unless it is cj mcollum the jazz should not waste the 1st pick on a point guard. There will be good ones available at 21.

The are no lottery picked points, in the last 2 decades, that are in the finals unless there were a veteran who was added later after they had the other parts.

You must get the other parts first good 2s and 5s cost money.

John Wicks
Salt Lake City, UT

If there is a way of blowing the picks Lindsey will do it. Trade him for Danny Ainge and then trade for the Jimmer.

Tokyo, Japan

@John Wicks

you make me laugh....this is Lindsey's first draft for Utah...how did you know he has blown picks up?...have you seen how the Spurs drafted over the past 5 years?

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