Andris Biedrins got his first minutes of Jazz action tonight, and looked very Biedrins-y: he didn’t touch the ball in over 4 minutes of play, but set decent screens and got around to block the ballhandler on a pick and roll, a rarity for a Jazz big man. Biedrins shouldn’t play anything other than small minutes, lets be clear, but he presents an interesting contrast for the Jazz as a big man who sets screens well and plays good defense most of the time. Mostly, his limited skills put the flaws of the others in sharp relief.
Gobert is limited at the other end too but you can send him down to get minutes. Biedrins can help when they need to play bigger.