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Published: Friday, Jan. 24 2014 7:14 a.m. MST

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Kakashi
Tokyo, Japan

No Love for John Wall?

Doug10
Roosevelt, UT

Kyle Korver really?

gehelmke
Bastrop, TX

I'm pulling for him, but I doubt he'll make the team....Hayward's forte is like the old expression about being a jack of all trades but a master of none....He's good at a lot of things, but not outstanding at anything...This team will have people at every position who are outstanding at that position....Gordon's only hope would be if Coach K elected to keep a player who is versatile.

JBQ
Saint Louis, MO

This is really a bizarre season for the Jazz. It is all about development and rightfully so. However, the NBA definitely has to do something about the "race to the bottom" for draft choices. On Monday, the Kings will come to town with a possible draft choice hinging on the outcome. In the minds of both camps, both teams have to lose. After all, the Jazz are only one game behind the Kings. The problem now is becoming that the Eastern Conference is pathetic. With LeBron James, it is the Disney tale of "Hi Ho" with the seven little workers and one tall individual. There are already four teams challenging the Jazz for low supremacy.

Pacific_Creek
Puyallup, WA

Reading the list of potential players is incredible! It would really be an accomplishment to make this team for Heyward. It is always fun to watch the gold medal game in the Olympics due to amount of talent on the floor.

Uncle Rico
Sandy, UT

Tell Rudy if it wasn't for the USA, he'd be speaking German.

squareinthecircle
Fairfield, CA

Looking at the SG lineup I believe he will make the team. While it may be true that he's a jack of all trades master of none, that sort of thing can be valuable in the right dose. I think he makes the team before Beal and maybe Korver, although Korver adds great shooting to space the floor.

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