Utah Jazz: Workout attendees well aware of team's point guard situation

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  • Kakashi Tokyo, Japan
    May 13, 2013 5:08 p.m.

    @B Russ and @DougC...

    I agree with you both...but i think...at early second round we could get myck...he isnt the PG of the future yet...but he will be that dependable PG that could come off the bench....the kind of guy that would manage the game...he does need to work on his offensive game...because he is like Kendall Marshall...and...Steve Nash recruited him before for the Canadian Squad...there is also one Canadian Phenom out there...I think its Andrew Wiggins...but he isnt in the draft since he is still in HS...he is a PG as well...and who knows we might get wiggins in the near future + Myck and the Guard situation is set...we have Kanter and Favors would be a lock at the 4 and 5....and Hayward and burks could be the 2 and 3...we could get some back up bigs in the first round...as the draft hosts a lot of 7 footers...

  • DougC San Diego, CA
    May 13, 2013 1:59 p.m.

    Kabongo.... I would take him for gs pick. 21st pick there is nothing to lose. he can at least play back up pg or maybe starting pg if he is good enough.... unless there is a way to get burke somehow

  • B Russ Ephraim, UT
    May 12, 2013 11:12 a.m.

    I wouldn't mind seeing either Myck Kabongo or Dennis Schroeder in a Jazz uniform next year. We really don't need hero ball from our point guard. Distributing the ball setting up teammates, speed, pushing the ball up the court, defense along with the ability to knock an open shot is more of what I believe this team needs. Either one of these guys I believe would be a good backup point off the bench to run the second unit while they continue to develop.