The 2016 NBA Draft was an eventful one for the Utah Jazz, even if the most significant action took place before Thursday's selections.
With the trade Wednesday that saw the Jazz acquire Indiana Pacers guard George Hill and trade the No. 12 pick in the draft to the Atlanta Hawks, Utah took players with the 52nd, 55th and 60th picks (technically the Jazz selected Baylor's Taurean Prince with the 12th pick since the trade can't be completed until July, but it was for the Hawks).
Following the draft, Utah general manager Dennis Lindsey discussed the evening.
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