Some think the Jazz only care about the latter, others believe they want both. "It was a true honor to learn from him and now as a point guard of the Jazz there is pressure that comes with that. That’s the question facing Ty Corbin’s bosses this season. The answer is simple and complex, and it exists in the vacuum the Jazz have created for themselves and their coach as parts of the plan. Favors and center Enes Kanter have worked out with Karl Malone while Alec Burks and rookie Trey Burke - the probable starting backcourt - spent time in Spokane, Wash., over the summer picking the brain of John Stockton.