Qualifying for the playoffs was probably the worst thing to happen to this young Utah Jazz team. Instead of preparing to rebuild and starting from scratch, now the Jazz and their fans have the delusion that they are still a playoff team which is simply not the case. The Jazz were lucky, that is all; they were lucky enough to have the Phoenix Suns and the Houston Rockets, who were odds on favorite to win the final spot in the West, collapsed giving Utah the room to just slip in unnoticed. Instead of taking a long term view to develop a solid core of young players whom includes Derrick Favors, Enes Kanter, Gordon Hayward, Jeremy Evans and Alec Burks; the Jazz will be looking to continue with the roster it currently has that is extremely flawed to say the least. The team is overloaded to the hilt with big post players yet have no one in their team that can consistently hit a jump shot beyond ten feet from the hoop.