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Quick Poll: Devin Harris, Earl Watson, & Jamaal Tinsley -- who is most important?

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March 22, 2012; Sacramento, CA, USA; Utah Jazz point guard Earl Watson (11) during warms up before the game against the Sacramento Kings at Power Balance Pavilion. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-US PRESSWIRE
March 22, 2012; Sacramento, CA, USA; Utah Jazz point guard Earl Watson (11) during warms up before the game against the Sacramento Kings at Power Balance Pavilion. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-US PRESSWIRE

There are rumbles of slight discontent in Jazz land due to minutes, rotations, and use. This has been an up and down season for every player; and naturally, been an up and down season for the team. There are only 18 games left this year (if we do not make it to the promised land). And we've seen the Jazz perform at a high level these last few weeks. It is an exciting time for the Jazz, but not an easy time for the Coaches and General Manager.

Our PG situation is far from clarified. At the beginning of the season Devin Harris was playing poorly, Earl Watson was the steadying influence who helped steer the ship through troubled waters, and Jamaal Tinsley was used only in garbage time. Now Devin Harris is playing like a border-line All-Star who knocks down threes and pushes the tempo; Earl Watson does not see a lot of burn; and Jamaal Tinsley is making 'wow' plays every game.

Which of the three is the most important to the Jazz, right now?