Replacing Derrick Favors: Can Utah build a more complete power forward?

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Replacing Derrick Favors: Can Utah build a more complete power forward?
Replacing Derrick Favors: Can Utah build a more complete power forward?

Derrick Favors in another uniform is a jarring sight for most Utah Jazz fans. His trade to New Orleans was seen as inevitable once the Jazz traded Jae Crowder, Grayson Allen, and draft picks for Mike Conley in pursuit of better spacing on offense. Upgrading the point guard position helped Utah to a certain degree, but the four spot was as culpable as the point guard position when it came to limiting Utah's offensive potential. Once Favors was on his way to New Orleans, it opened up Utah's cap space to be able to sign Bojan Bogdanovic and Jeff Green. Utah was placing its bet on modern offensive principles rather than sticking in the past, but can Utah's patchwork corps of wings masquerading as

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