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FYI You can find great tickets cheaper at Utah Jazz Tickets Anyway It can be a touch of disappointing in light of the fact that Hood is ordinarily an effective scorer, which means he can set up a high volume of focuses on a low volume of shots. Yet, the Jazz need Hood, it's that basic. Indeed, even on a group with Gordon Hayward and Alec Burks, his capacity to make on the edge is esteemed. Taking care of business, he can score at all three levels, from long separation to getting to the edge. He's played each of the three border spots so far this season, and he's sufficiently enormous at 6-foot-8 to get his shot off against most protectors. "He's more develop than what his age is," Utah forward Joe Ingles said. "He's somebody who's being relied on to score and make plays for us, completely."