3 Players The Utah Jazz Should Target In The 2015 NBA Draft

The Utah Jazz have plenty of options to consider with the #12 pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, but this next group of guys should undoubtedly be on the top of their wishlist when the festivities kick off on June 25th. Here's 3 Players The Utah Jazz Should Target In The 2015 NBA Draft.

C Myles Turner - Texas

Turner is a big who can do damage as both and outside shooter and as a rim protector. He hit 43 percent of his two-point jumpers and 84% of his free throws during his one-and-done season in Austin. Couple that with his 7'4" wingspan and A-level awareness on the defensive end and you could be looking at a draft day steal for the Jazz.

SF/PF Kevon Looney - UCLA

Looney has size to spare with a 6'10" frame and a 7'3" wingspan. However, while his length and power makes him a solid bet as an inside threat, he's got the handles and the shooting touch to space the floor as a versatile combo forward. He'll need to work on a pull-up jumper, but he's still a deadly straight-line driver worth considering.

PF/C Frank Kaminsky - Wisconsin

The 2015 Men's College Basketball Player of the Year shot 54.7 percent from the field and 41.6 percent from three-point range during his senior season, functioning as the focal point of Wisconsin's offense on their run to the 2015 National Championship Game. He'd be an interesting complement to either Rudy Gobert or Derrick Favors, working together with one or both to clear space inside for drives to the rack by the likes of Gordon Hayward and Dante Exum.

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