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It’s been more than a week since the Utah Jazz’s season came to a sudden, ignominious end, but the sting of a second consecutive first-round playoff exit hasn’t really subsided yet.It’s been more than a week since the Utah Jazz’s season came to a sudden, ignominious end, but the sting of a second consecutive first-round playoff exit hasn’t really subsided yet.

Dennis Lindsey, Justin Zanik talk about the Utah Jazz’s next steps as they enter the offseason - The Salt Lake Tribune

Executive vice president of basketball operations Dennis Lindsey and general manager Justin Zanik spoke with reporters via Zoom on Wednesday.Executive vice president of basketball operations Dennis Lindsey and general manager Justin Zanik spoke with reporters via Zoom on Wednesday.

Extensions on the horizon for Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell - Deseret News

Dennis Lindsey: 'Reduced Travel' Of Bubble Has Made For Better Product - RealGM Wiretap

Dennis Lindsey: 'Reduced Travel' Of Bubble Has Made For Better Product - RealGM Wiretap

Lindsey, Utah\u2019s executive vice president of basketball operations, and Jazz general manager Justin Zanik are tasked with coming up with a plan with a lot of unknowns surrounding them.\nLindsey, Utah’s executive vice president of basketball operations, and Jazz general manager Justin Zanik are tasked with coming up with a plan with a lot of unknowns surrounding them.

'Going from good to great is really hard': Dennis Lindsey and Justin Zanik detail offseason plans — at least as best they can | KSL.com