Is Bogey the best FA signing the Jazz has ever had?

Is Bogey the best FA signing the Jazz has ever had?

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Jingled

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Bogey, Boozer and Memo are the top 3. Not sure how I'd rank them to be honest.
 

infection

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We did technically re sign Ostertag. So yes.

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Nah, we let him go. Then the next year we traded three years’ worth of recent first rounders to get him back.
 

jom2003

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top 2 would be booz and okur.

both had much more well rounded game. besides scoring, booz was also an elite rebounder and memo played great low post defense against yao during the rockets series. and both grew into all-star caliber player with us. not to mention both were signed to a much better contract. booz was only 28 when his contract expired, memo only 31. bogey will be 34. so even though we love his game now, who knows what's gonna happen comes the next two seasons as we've seen enough players of his age fell off a cliff. pacers was unwilling to take that risk so they only offered him a three year deal.

overall bogey still a solid signing for us. i'd rank him third behind memo and booz
 
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jom2003

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Boozer carried the Jazz offensively with DWill. He was an All Star and Team USA, but I'd say Bogey might be next.
besides offense, booz was also an elite rebounder. bogey fall short of all-star conversation because he doesn't do much outside of scoring. some can even say that under certain cases, bogey's lack of defense, rebounding, or hustle in general, could hurt us big time. if we haven't seen that already.
 

PattBattMann

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Boozer mid-range game was great. For a short period of time, D-Will was also the best PG in the league. The roster in the above video was sick. I almost forgot how much I love Memo.
 

checkbookdoc

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Right now Bojan is not even in the top five:
1) Boozer
2) Memo
3) Rickey Green
4) Harpring
5) Ingles
6) Bojan
If Bogey finishes out his contract at this same level then he will move up, but unless Jazz win a title in then next few years it is hard to imagine Bojan makes top 3.

There is a serious lack of love for Matt Harpring in this thread! That dude was awesome as a player, as a tone setter, as a leader, and in the locker room. He was going to go hard all the time!
 
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