Utah Jazz: 2 Main Questions The Jazz Face In Free Agency

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Apr 6, 2014; Oakland, CA, USA; Utah Jazz guard Gordon Hayward (20) looks on against the Golden State Warriors during the first quarter at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Jazz 130-102. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Apr 6, 2014; Oakland, CA, USA; Utah Jazz guard Gordon Hayward (20) looks on against the Golden State Warriors during the first quarter at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Jazz 130-102. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

The last couple of days the Utah Jazz have been all over the NBA free agency news and not for signing anyone to the team. The big news had to do with Gordon Hayward, who was visiting the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday.

The day started with news that the Cavs were going to offer Hayward a max offer, which would have been a four-year deal for around $60 million. Then as the day progressed reports came out that the Cavs were not going to offer the max.

Cleveland even let Hayward leave the visit without an offer, because they were afraid that the Jazz would match almost anything.

Which leads up to one of the main questions the Jazz are facing, how much is Hayward worth? This question has been discussed for the past two days by every sports media outlet, therefore, I will put in my 2 cents.

The second question is simple, what should the Jazz do in free agency this summer? I have a few suggestions that would help improve the last place Jazz.

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