Dante Exum, Rodney Hood and Trey Lyles headline the Utah Jazz's summer league roster.
The Utah Jazz were expected to be in a wait-and-see mode once free agency started on Wednesday and through two days that is exactly what has occurred. In fact, the Jazz will likely only go after a few low-tier free agents.
Quin Snyder makes another addition to his coaching staff, bringing Igor Kokoskov on board.
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Free agency opens on Wednesday morning and while many teams will be seeking out top talent, the Utah Jazz are going the other way. The team will concentrate on developing its own young players.
The Utah Jazz own the rights to German center Tibor Pleiss, the number No. 31 pick in the 2010 draft, and he has arrived in Salt Lake City to begin negotiations with the club.
The Utah Jazz may have improved themselves with the selection of Trey Lyles with the No. 12 pick on Thursday, but thereâ
Trey Lyles makes sense for Jazz
The Kentucky power forward is the perfect compliment to the frontcourt Utah already has in place. Add in a scoring threat in second-rounder Olivier Hanlan, and the Jazz earn a thumbs-up from ESPN's Kevin Pelton. Draft thumbs-up or thumbs-down
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Lyles and Utah a perfect marriage
Trey Lyles' "unsexy" playing style is a perfect fit for the Jazz and if his shot develops, he'll complement Utah's roster even better. After adding a few good shooters in the second round, the Jazz earn a B-plus grade from Chad Ford. Ford's complete draft grades (Insider)
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The Utah Jazz took Trey Lyles 12th overall in Thursday's draft.
Diez brings toughness to Utah
Fran Fraschilla: "From where he's picked, I absolutely love this guy. This guy would swim across the Atlantic to play in the NBA. He's got toughness; an excellent rebounder for his size. ... Don't be surprised if earlier than later, he makes the Jazz."
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Lyles a bit of a surprise pick for Jazz
Jay Bilas: "Trey Lyles has got a lot of potential. I think he's a 4, I don't project him as a [small forward]. ... He needs to extend his range. He is not a 3-point shooter." As for Jalen Rose: "My comparison [for Lyles] is Carlos Boozer."
NBA Prospect: Trey Lyles
Chad Ford breaks down Trey Lyles' skill set as Lyles gets set to enter the NBA.
Insider profile: Trey Lyles
Lyles played out of position at small forward during his lone season at Kentucky, but was still effective on the glass. His greatest skill is a high basketball IQ. Lyles averaged 8.7 points, 5.2 rebounds and 0.4 blocks a game this season. Good mid-range game
Lyles picked 12 overall by Utah
The Jazz select Trey Lyles (Kentucky) in the 2015 NBA Draft.
On the clock: Utah Jazz
Utah had the best defensive rating after the All-Star break and a starting lineup with an average age of 22. The last time the Jazz pick 12th, they snagged Alec Burks in 2011.
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Jazz set to take best player on board
With capable starters at all five positions, Utah can truly go in any direction with the No. 12 pick. Chad Ford has them taking Kentucky's Trey Lyles, who he believes will be the best player available to them. Lyles is reliable and would give the team good frontcourt depth. Ford's final mock (Insider)