that's why i call him poor man's peja. Or Dallas' Peja. Peja was an underrated passer in his Sacramento years too. and i talked about this in Udoka's thread about us needing a more dynamic shooter like Bane because we have way too many static/one-dimensional ones that are easy for the opponents to stop.Gonna go ahead and disagree. Peja was like Klay on offense... shooting off of motion and working quickly around screens. I just don’t see that as Bojan game.
I see them both as good shooters but Peja just seems like he has a quicker release, is much more mobile, and is generally just a more intuitive player. Bojan is more deliberate and robotic/stiff. He’s also a straight line guy and you see Peja moving in all directions to get free... he’s just a much more diverse shooter imo.I don’t know about that.
I think your last sentence is pretty accurate.Maybe a broke version of Peja. I just think Peja was a much more fluid and quick athlete.
Peja is to Bojan as Bojan is to Niang?