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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    Seriously, play this guy with Favors/Kanter and see what happens.
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    Jefferson straight across, more or less.
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    Does anyone think Calderon could pull a Kidd and learn to shoot? He'd be a steal if.... Taking Calderon means accepting a point guard as the 4th-5th best player on the team. Not exactly Jazz ball. Mo is arguably top 3 on this team.
    Mo has bootleg running through his veins. I love his fire. Hard for me to root against Mo IF he is the bottom starter on the team like Calderon would have to be for any meaningful success.
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
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    Does anyone think Calderon could pull a Kidd and learn to shoot? He'd be a steal if.... Taking Calderon means accepting a point guard as the 4th-5th best player on the team. Not exactly Jazz ball. Mo is arguably top 3 on this team.
    Mo has bootleg running through his veins. I love his fire. Hard for me to root against Mo IF he is the bottom starter on the team like Calderon would have to be for any meaningful success.
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    Calderon's a career average 39% 3 point shooter, 90% FT shooter, and 48% FG....his problem is defense

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weezur View Post
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    Calderon's a career average 39% 3 point shooter, 90% FT shooter, and 48% FG....his problem is defense
    Really? I'll take a biff on this, but isn't that a knock? What's with not scoring much for a guy with good 3 %?

    Literally any team in the league can have him today. Why no takers?


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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
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    Really? I'll take a biff on this, but isn't that a knock? What's with not scoring much for a guy with good 3 %?

    Literally any team in the league can have him today. Why no takers?
    Defense.
    He's an amazing shooter but doesn't look to shoot too often...I think he's more concerned about setting up a play.
    Good rebounder for his position too (got a triple double this year when Lowry was out)

    Also, Calderon is 31. So he's not future point gaurd material, but at least he's decent starting PG material.

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    Not good D and old. Kind of like Tinsley, who is way worse and everybody loves.
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    The way I look at it is
    Mo Williams defense isn't good. He has been actually really bad defending his man this year.
    Is Calderon better at defense than Mo Williams. Probably not.

    I see Mo Williams hurting the development of Kanter & Favors more than anything.

    I would rather have a guy who can set up his teammates and be a dependable PG rather than Mo Williams who thinks he should shoot more than anyone on the team.

    Is Calderon perfect no. But he would complement our current players well and he can be had for probably 5 million a year for 3-4 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twin Towers View Post
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    The way I look at it is
    Mo Williams defense isn't good. He has been actually really bad defending his man this year.
    Is Calderon better at defense than Mo Williams. Probably not.

    I see Mo Williams hurting the development of Kanter & Favors more than anything.

    I would rather have a guy who can set up his teammates and be a dependable PG rather than Mo Williams who thinks he should shoot more than anyone on the team.

    Is Calderon perfect no. But he would complement our current players well and he can be had for probably 5 million a year for 3-4 years.
    I originally voted for mo, but reading through this thread and some other posters opinions (such as this one), i would like to change my vote for calderon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Notes View Post
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    Not good D and old. Kind of like Tinsley, who is way worse and everybody loves.
    So, what could be different about Tinsley that would bust your analogy?
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