I have no ill will towards Bradley. Seems like a nice guy. If he can carve out a journeyman career and make some money in the NBA, more power to him, and I hope he does so.
I just doubt trading him will be a decision the Jazz really regret.
Probably because many NBA players have openly said they don't want to play here, and Utah/SLC has been on the top of lists of cities that players don't want to play in.
I'm not a Utahan, but all that stuff has been out there for 20 years.
One thing I love about Mitchell is how engaged he is on the sideline. I don't know what that means in the grand scheme of things, but I like players who at least outwardly love the game and their teammates and are excited to be there.