The Jazz are pretty much set at every starting position. What they need now is depth. Kaminsky would be a welcome addition to the Jazz' bench, and his ability to play both inside and outside would complement whomever he's playing with. He can take opponents away from the rim with his range, post up, and is an underrated ballhandler. A Gordon Hayward/Kaminsky pick-and-pop would be deadly.
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Turner would be an interesting pick for the Jazz. Like Kaminsky, he'd bring mobile size off the bench. However, he's nowhere near as polished as Kaminsky, but he does have loads of potential. The question is whether he'll live up to it. He's shown range on his jumpshot and has the frame to add much more muscle, which should greatly help his defense. Turner underwhelmed at Texas, but with a development guru like Quin Snyder, he could blossom in Utah.
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One area in which the Jazz need to improve is three-point shooting. They were just 19th in the league in three-point field goal percentage, shooting only 34 percent from deep. Rodney Hood taking on a bigger role could help this, but it'd also be good to bring in another shooter. Booker has great range on his jumper and shot 41 percent from three in his lone year at Kentucky. He may not develop into a star, but he could be an ideal specialist.
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Again, the Jazz aren't looking for a star in this draft, just ideal complementary pieces. Enter Bobby Portis. With Trevor Booker's future with the team uncertain, Portis could easily fill his role, bringing energy, rebounding and even a bit of shooting off the bench. The SEC player of the year averaged 17 points and nearly nine rebounds this year at Arkansas, and has a motor that simply never stops. That sort of gritty play would certainly endear him to Quin Snyder.
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What's better than one Gordon Hayward? Two Gordon Haywards! OK, so the Hayward comparison for Dekker is overplayed and not exactly accurate, but there are similarities to their games. Dekker is a do-it-all forward who can play three positions, handle the ball, shoot and defend. He's exceptional at cutting and moving off the ball, two key components in the Jazz' motion offense. He can run the offense off the bench, or he can play off the starters and wreak havoc running around screens.