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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by infection, Feb 8, 2019.
Udoh’s. Or both.
Yeah, but only in junk time.
Hey, if I’ve learned anything from analytics, it’s that point differential is the best metric for success, and if a dude can come in and stretch that lead in garbage time, that means you increase your differential, and if you increase your differential, you get dem dubs.
Royce is neither fast nor athletic by nba standards.
Exum has a better acceleration and Donovan has better top gear. Dante’s 3/4 quart court time was very good but not elite. Donovan’s was fastest in many years at combine.
Korver/Korver. Double Korver.
Dual wielding flamethrowers
Does that mean he makes 80% of his threes, and takes 20 per 36?
Actually, Gobert Korver. All we'd be doing is adding Korver's shooting ability to Gobert.
Dante has better acceleration, better top gear, is just flat out way faster than donovan. Donovan isn't that fast.
Crowder + Korver gives the Jazz a rich man's Otto Porter at the 4, I like that one along with a number of the Exum combinations.
Your a disgrace with no idea
Is Korver as strong, quick and athletic as Royce? No. You make athletic, quick, explosive wing with deadly accuracy from outside.
Much better than fusing Exum's incoordination, weakness and inability to finish at the rim with Korver's skills.
He is faster and more athletic than anybody but Donovan on our team.
Exum/O’neale. Gives Exum shooting and toughness along with speed and even better defense, plus that sounds a roster spot we can afford to lose in this scenario. If You add Korver then you can’t play them both
Favors and Korver. Easy. Forver. Korvors
Crowder and Korver - you get a guy who shoots 45% on his 3's and now you don't mind when he takes 15 shots. They're about the same height, so just put Kyle in Jae's body. Now players are scared AF of him on both ends of the floor.