Poll Question: What will the Utah Jazz do in the NBA Draft?

We are quickly approaching the start of the 2014 NBA Draft. The Utah Jazz have been rumored in a lot of different scenarios for tonight, but what will actually happen?

While we are sitting here looking around at all the newest rumors and speculations, I figured we should put a poll question up and let Jazz fans vote for the scenario most likely to happen tonight. Now remember, this poll question is to be answered with much though, and not just what we as fans WANT to happen.

Take into consideration all of the information that we have received over the past week. The rumor of Derrick Favors being packaged in a deal to the Cleveland Cavaliers for the number one overall pick. Then consider all the other rumors floating around about the Philadelphia 76ers and Orlando Magic wanting to trade up as well.

Consider the fact that if the Jazz stay put with the fifth pick, and who would be available and how would they fit with the team. Are the Jazz higher on Aaron Gordon than they are on Noah Vonleh? Do they surprise everyone and take Marcus Smart if he is on the board, who refused to workout for the Jazz four times?

There are other possibilities that the Jazz could even trade back if the player that they really wanted goes before they can make a move or draft him. They have been rumored to wanting to do that if that scenario happens and get an offensive guy who can shoot. Doug McDermott? Nik Stauskas?

Let us hear your voice! Comment below, and vote in our poll question. Let us know what you think WILL happen, and not just voting to say what you WANT to happen. Whatever does happen, just know that the Jazz front office has the teams best interest in mind, and whatever they do will be what is truly best for the future of this franchise.

What will the Utah Jazz do in the NBA Draft tonight?

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