The Jazz have a younger core of players, many of whom are still on the green side of 25. That said, according to Basketball-Reference.com the Utah Jazz (and extended family) have a number of individual player milestones to look forward to this year.
|Carlos Boozer||11000||183||Deron Williams||5000||363|
|Andrei Kirilenko||1400||20||Andrei Kirilenko||2000||81|
|Al Jefferson||800||39||Carlos Arroyo||2000||239|
|Mehmet Okur||500||47||Carlos Boozer||2000||464|
|Andrei Kirilenko||1000||40||Al Jefferson||5000||92|
|Ronnie Brewer||600||27||Andrei Kirilenko||4000||164|
|Mo Williams||600||40||Josh Howard||3000||150|
|Raja Bell||500||16||Kris Humphries||3000||300|
Oh, and you may have noticed Andrei's name a lot on this list, yeah, he's a very special player. I think I mentioned it before but he's on the threshold of joining the super elite 4,000+ rebounds / 2,000+ assists / 1,400+ blocks / 1,000+ steals group. That group currently only has seven whole members in the history of the NBA. Five of them are already Hall of Famers: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, David Robinson, Patrick Ewing, Hakeem Olajuwon, and Robert Parish. One of them is a lock for the Hall, Kevin Garnett. The last is probably going to make the Hall as a solid NBA European player and international contributor to the advancement of the game in Vlade Divac. AK could be an outside shot as well down the line for similar reasons.