5 Biggest Positives For Utah Jazz's 2015-16 Season

By Brendan Patel

The Utah Jazz barely missed out on the last playoff spot in the Western Conference, but they have a lot to look forward to in the future. They have a lot of potential, and a strong core to build around. Here are the five biggest positives for the team in the 2015-16 season.

5 Biggest Positives For Utah Jazz\'s 2015-16 Season
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5. Frontcourt Rotation

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Rudy Gobert and Derrick Favors are a very formidable duo who could be even better if they can stay healthy. Trey Lyles also showed a lot of ability in his first season, and is versatile enough to play multiple positions.

5. Frontcourt Rotation

Rudy Gobert and Derrick Favors are a very formidable duo who could be even better if they can stay healthy. Trey Lyles also showed a lot of ability in his first season, and is versatile enough to play multiple positions.

4. Depth

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Dante Exum will return, and Alec Burks is a dangerous scorer. Rodney Hood is capable of being an effective scorer, and the team has several point guards that can contribute.

4. Depth

Dante Exum will return, and Alec Burks is a dangerous scorer. Rodney Hood is capable of being an effective scorer, and the team has several point guards that can contribute.

3. Youth

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The core of this team is extremely young, and they still have a lot of room to grow. The Jazz should be able to make the postseason next year, and will be a hard team to beat in the future.

3. Youth

The core of this team is extremely young, and they still have a lot of room to grow. The Jazz should be able to make the postseason next year, and will be a hard team to beat in the future.

2. Defensive Ability

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Gobert has the ability to change games on defense, and the team has plenty of athleticism around him. They have enough quality defenders on the perimeter with length and speed, and capable shot-blockers in the paint.

2. Defensive Ability

Gobert has the ability to change games on defense, and the team has plenty of athleticism around him. They have enough quality defenders on the perimeter with length and speed, and capable shot-blockers in the paint.

1. Gordon Hayward

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Hayward has an all-around game that allows him to contribute on both ends of the court. He is a reliable playmaker who can score, set up his teammates, and space the floor when necessary.

1. Gordon Hayward

Hayward has an all-around game that allows him to contribute on both ends of the court. He is a reliable playmaker who can score, set up his teammates, and space the floor when necessary.

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