2013 Outlook: Hayward put to rest any questions about how his skills would translate at the NBA level with a spectacular sophomore campaign that saw him average 14.1 points, 4.2 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 0.8 steals, 0.5 blocks and 1.1 3-pointers while shooting 48.2 percent from the floor and 86.3 percent from the line in 34 games after the All-Star break. Just as he did during his collegiate career at Butler, Hayward uses a variety of offensive moves, including a silky-smooth jumper along with an uncanny ability to get into the lane where he can finish or draw fouls. Simply put, this kid can play, and he figures to have a breakout season despite the addition of Randy Foye in the crowded Jazz backcourt.
2013 Outlook: Acquired in an offseason trade, Williams will step in as the starting point guard for a young and improving Jazz team. Mo averaged 13.2 points, 3.1 assists, 1.0 steals and 1.8 3-pointers in 28.3 minutes per game as a reserve for the Clippers last season. However, he has been considerably better as a starter throughout the course of his career; in 432 career starts, Williams has averaged 15.4 points, 5.7 assists, 1.0 steals and 1.5 3-pointers. With plenty of weapons at his disposal, Williams should be able to come close to his career averages as a starter in Utah.
2013 Outlook: Once considered a top prospect, injuries and inconsistency have plagued Foye since entering the league six years ago. Sure, he's shown glimpses of being a great player, but time is running out for the 28-year-old. Foye was great for the Clippers as an injury replacement for Chauncey Billups, posting 12.8 points, 0.8 steals and 2.4 3-pointers in 48 starts -- but was pedestrian when he came off the bench. Now in Utah, Foye will have value as a 3-point shooter and scorer off the bench behind Mo Williams and Gordon Hayward. But unless injuries hit those playing ahead of him on the depth chart, Foye is nothing more than a late-round selection in standard leagues.