Each of the Utah Jazz’s five major offseason additions will bring something unique to the team, headlined by these incredible stats.
It’s no secret that the Utah Jazz pulled off an incredible offseason. Not only did they add a significant influx of talent to their roster, but they patched up several gaping holes that formerly prevented them from competing with the NBA’s elite in three straight postseasons. The Jazz finally have a second creator and scorer to pair alongside Donovan Mitchell in Mike Conley and an elite sniper in Bojan Bogdanovic.
Not only that, but they also managed to add veterans Jeff Green and Ed Davis along with the young, high-potential Emmanuel Mudiay. These moves earned the Jazz a lot of praise for the new-look team they’ve constructed this summer.
But what is it about these players that has so many people so high on the Jazz? Well, in a nutshell, they’re all perfect fits that bring an exciting dynamic to the team in their own unique way. And to encapsulate exactly what I mean, I’ve gathered one significant stat from each player that should have fans of the Utah Jazz absolutely ecstatic about each player next season.
Some of these may be pretty predictable, but I think Jazz fans will find others quite surprising. Either way, my hope is that by learning of these stats – the which serve as more than just a number and instead describe a key characteristic about each player – members of the Utah faithful will get a sense for just how prolific next year’s team could be.
As such, without further ado, let’s dive in and look at a number for each of Utah’s major free agent signings – Conley, Bogdanovic, Davis, Green and Mudiay – to see one particular aspect of their respective games that will be thrilling to behold on the Salt Lake City squad next season.