The Jazz have great depth in the frontcourt with Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap, Derrick Favors and Enes Kanter.

Many have suggested Utah will eventually need to make a trade of one of those players to improve in other areas.

Kevin O'Connor was asked if the success of the 11-12 season will make him reevaluate his plans for the team.

"You (media) guys are the ones that all want me to trade somebody," said O'Connor. "You're talking about our big guys. I don't think you can ever have too many. You can have too few. If you look at the teams that have won it over the last couple of years, I think they've all had pretty good big guys."

O'Connor believes the Jazz can eventually win even without a true superstar.

"When you put a team together you try and have a vision. Maybe what you thought here was trying to build it through the draft.…When Detroit was winning, they had a lot of good players. Rasheed (Wallace), Rip Hamilton and Chauncey Billups. I'm not putting ourselves in that category yet because we haven't earned it, but what I'm saying is that maybe that's the idea — that we can beat you a lot of different ways instead of having to go to one or two guys over and over again."

According to, Utah had a +4.1 and +4.3 net PER production at power forward and center during the regular season.