They say that hindsight is 20/20. Well, some people are special enough to look at something that just happened and still be wrong in understanding it. This off-season I think the Jazz, guided by then GM Kevin O'Connor, really went all out to attack our main offensive deficiency: three point shooting. The Jazz did not really do anything to combat our defensive problems though. But, the main point, is that we went from being horrible from downtown to this season being one of the best. That worked, and worked well. The other point most fans felt was that the moves the front office made were moves to maximize the type of players Al Jefferson would need to truly be better. The jury is still out on that, but let's take a look at each free agent move we made this year:

made a qualifying offer, and then outright signed restricted free agent Jeremy Evans

extended contract for DeMarre Carroll

extended contract for Jamaal Tinsley

signed unrestricted free agent Randy Foye

I would say that those free agent moves are listed in reverse importance. (With respect to our team this season)