View Poll Results: Which player would you rather have next summer?

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  • Mo Williams

    9 40.91%
  • Jose Calderon

    13 59.09%
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    I'm inclined to say Calderon, but I trust GVC immensely and he pretty much hates him.

    I may vote later. Neither are anything approaching ideal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NUMBERICA View Post
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    I'm inclined to say Calderon, but I trust GVC immensely and he pretty much hates him.

    I may vote later. Neither are anything approaching ideal.
    I agree. Not ideal.

    But do we ever get an ideal situation in Utah?? lol

    What is ideal next summer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twin Towers View Post
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    I agree. Not ideal.

    But do we ever get an ideal situation in Utah?? lol

    What is ideal next summer?
    CP3 would be ideal...... extremely unlikely, but ideal nonetheless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twin Towers View Post
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    I agree. Not ideal.

    But do we ever get an ideal situation in Utah?? lol

    What is ideal next summer?
    Neat draft pick? Michael Carter-Williams? Trey Burke? B.J. Young? And one of them works out? I guess you could keep one of those guys around to transition the younger guy in such a scenario, but chances are they'd just be perpetually buried and we will all pull our hair out until Calderon's/Mo's contract expires.
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    Neither. Realistically, the best PG we can get is going to come through trade, and that means one of our young guys will have to go. I'd be dangling Hayward or Burks, but I wouldn't rule out anybody if it brought back the right player.

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    https://www.grantland.com/blog/the-t...-jose-calderon

    Trade Sap and Earl for this guy + sweetener. He can play with Mo, start, or make the bench completely awesome. He plays like Good Tinsley every night.


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    They are so similar that it would eventually come down to the question of price and contract length. And I think that Calderon could be had for less, so Calderon it is.

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    Calderon every time.
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    I voted for Mo because I hate traffic cones.

    I think Mo should play half of his minutes at the 2 and we should give Maynor another go. I know he has had his cone-like moments, but he's young and could be had right now for a pick.
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