Maybe it doesn’t matter. Maybe it’s a tie. Either way, the Jazz cannot accomplish their goal, which will take time, without their star, whoever it is. Here’s a certainty: They were not going to win a title as constituted. Spending a lot to get more, in the form of one great player, is a clearer path to the exact place the Jazz so badly want to be.
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