Having a better back-up point guard is very low on the priority list for this off-season. As far as backups go, Price is probably average. If we can accept the fact that he is only going to play 10 minutes a night, he is a backup, and he is cheap, we shouldn't be dissapointed in how he has been playing.
Defensive center, players who can create their own shot, and defensive wing players are much higher on the priority list.
Of course there are other options and some may be better, but comparing a player that could be had for a minimum salary contract off a throw away late 2nd round pick rookie to the skillset of arguably the best point guard in the NBA who makes over 20 times the minimum salary is a weak statement. The real measuring stick is not to Deron, but rather to Gaines, Price(more than double minimum salary), other potential late 2nd round PGs, or very cheap free agents.He also isn't particularly quick and brings nothing to the table that Deron doesn't bring in spades. He plays hard but that's about it.
So because Reynolds is debatably worse than Price or Gaines, the Jazz should burn their 2nd round pick and additional salary for a 4th string PG? What?
This draft is very thin at PG and the Jazz have two under contract. If the Jazz can't find something this offseason that's clearly better than what they already have, they won't and shouldn't do anything. Scottie Reynolds is not that guy.
I'd say adding a playmaker at any position is big priority for the Jazz this offseason. If they can draft a guy like this in the 2nd round, even if he is a PG, I think the Jazz can find 15 minutes a night for him even if that means he and DW share the floor for 5 minutes a game. The same system came into effect when Maynor started to get hot last year. If this guy is available he seems worth a very good look.
The Jazz are going to get their big, and they have made improvements in wing defense with the rise of Matthews... That said, I just don't see how your comment has much value if we are talking about a potential late-second round pick.
Assanine post. Instead of doing any research on anything relevant, you just pull a bunch of non-corallary, arbitrary garbage.
Also, A.J. Price. Howard Eisley. PGs are the most abundant players to pick through because of size. And that's why Randle will go at the mid-2nd at absolute best.
The only argument for drafting someone else ahead of Randle at 55 in my mind is an international prospect that can be stashed and has a ceiling (Bjelica is a perfect example).
Just the fact that tried to use a word like asinine, and failed to spell it correctly, makes your post unworthy of a response.