The 10 Most Improved Teams Of 2014-15 From Last Season
6 – Utah Jazz
2013-2014 win-loss record: 25-57
2014-2015 win-loss record: 38-44
Gordon Hayward has been worth the money this season as he`s scoring a career high 19.3 points per game on an improved 44.5% field goal shooting. He`s only the tip of the Jazz-berg as their twin towers in Rudy Gobert and Derrick Favors have also been unleashed. Gobert has played his way into strong consideration for the Most Improved Player award when Enes Kanter was traded, averaging 10.9 points on 59% shooting from the field, 13.4 rebounds, 0.9 steals, and 2.5 blocks, while Favors has improved his scoring to 16.2 points per game. The young and talented Jazz frontline allowed Utah to flourish defensively as evidenced by their up in league rankings from last year in the following categories, going from 16th to 4th in offensive boards, 20th to 3rd in block, and 18th to 1st in points allowed.
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