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Before Media Day even started, the Jazz were dealing with a social media problem.Nude photos, purportedly of point guard Trey Burke, made the rounds on Twitter late last night and this morning, prompting an investigation of sorts by Jazz officials."We were made aware of the situation this morning," general manager Dennis Lindsey said. "We've collected a lot of the facts. We still have a few things to collect and a couple of people to visit with. It's safe to say … that we are disappointed in what we've learned so far but we are going to move forward. At this point in time, we're collecting facts and we're going to reserve final judgment for a later date."Burke spoke to Jazz officials and his teammates this morning and is expected to addressed the issue after Lindsey."Publicly, I want to first and foremost apologize to my family [and] apologize to the Miller family, as well as my teammates," he said. "We already talked about it in the locker room. From this day forward, it won't happen again. They were old pictures. They were meant to be kept private but they weren't. So from this day forward my actions and my judgments will be much better." Aaron Falk and Steve Luhm