As the league embraces spacing the floor and putting versatile players at as many positions as possible, there are bound to be teams that go the other direction, either by choice or by circumstance. No matter how the Utah Jazz got to this point, the fact remains that the team has a strong cast of power forwards and centers.

That includes the 7-foot-1 Rudy Gobert, who's become a crucial part of the team, and 7-foot-3 rookie Tibor Pleiss. But could the Jazz completely eschew NBA trends and play both centers at the same time?

It's extremely unlikely, but it's also not something coach Quin Snyder completely dismissed at practice on Tuesday, according to the Salt Lake Tribune:

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"We'd really be bucking the league at that point," Snyder said.

If Utah really wants to buck the trend, here's an idea: Pleiss at center, Gobert at power forward, and Derrick Favors at small forward. The spacing might be cramped, but the other team wouldn't get a single rebound.If Utah really wants to buck the trend, here's an idea: Pleiss at center, Gobert at power forward, and Derrick Favors at small forward. The spacing might be cramped, but the other team wouldn't get a single rebound.

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