In the first full season under their new head coach, Tyron Corbin, the Jazz managed to scratch and claw their way into the Western Conference playoffs as the eighth seed. Many of the young players on the Jazz made giant leaps and showed they can be very effective players for the future, while several veterans put in disappointing seasons. A number of players with lengthy histories with the Jazz are no longer with the team, and 2012-13 should be a season where many young athletic players should make large contributions. The Jazz once again have a formidable front court anchored by players like Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap, but there is not much depth at small forward. However, there are some mix and match combinations that could spell Gordon Hayward at the position. Superior talent is lacking at both guard positions, but there is some youth and athleticism that could be surprisingly effective. Young players like Hayward and Alec Burks will be asked to carry the scoring load at time
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