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

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

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  1. gregbroncs

    gregbroncs Well-Known Member

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    Sub par defender in space is giving him way too much credit. He was a poor defender, and dreadful in space.
     
  2. fishonjazz

    fishonjazz Well-Known Member Contributor 2019 Award Winner 2018 Award Winner

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  3. Wes Mantooth

    Wes Mantooth Well-Known Member

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    No, it’s too early to tell. Defensively he’s as bad as Bozo. Offensively, though different games, they’re fairly similar as well. So now, let’s see how Bogey plays in the playoffs. Bozo was huge at times.
     
  4. LifeOnaPlate

    LifeOnaPlate Well-Known Member

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    Looks like the legit list.
     
  5. LifeOnaPlate

    LifeOnaPlate Well-Known Member

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    Bogey is almost serviceable. Boozer was bad defensively.
     
  6. David Hume

    David Hume Well-Known Member

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    I like Harpring, but I rate Bogey above him.
     
  7. Wes Mantooth

    Wes Mantooth Well-Known Member

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    bogey is bad dude.
     
  8. phippsj

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    He was as good as Bogey is, probably better. At least in the playoffs he was
     
  9. homeytennis

    homeytennis Well-Known Member

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    Jeff "the Franchise" Wilkins didn't make the list?
     
  10. jazzVA

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    Jazz traded for a perennial all-star HOF player not even mentioned so far...
     
  11. infection

    infection Well-Known Member Staff Member 2019 Award Winner 2018 Award Winner

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    There’s a pretty good reason for that.
     
  12. jazzVA

    jazzVA Well-Known Member

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    go on...
     
  13. infection

    infection Well-Known Member Staff Member 2019 Award Winner 2018 Award Winner

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    Why would anyone mention a perennial all star the Jazz traded for?
     
  14. jazzVA

    jazzVA Well-Known Member

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    reading is fundamental jazzVA...I'll see myself out...
     
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  15. candrew

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    The thing I found most grating about Boozer is after watching him for 5 years I'm convinced his bad defense was due to a lack of effort rather than a lack of ability.

    You can't average a double/double if you're on the bench due to foul trouble - my guess is this notion was tattooed on the inside of Boozer's eyelids.

    Bogey is limited on defense but I don't think it's because a lack of effort.
     
  16. Gameface

    Gameface I actually REALLY like Gobert! Contributor 2018 Award Winner

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    Is this a legit popular Garth Brooks song?
     
  17. Eenie-Meenie

    Eenie-Meenie Well-Known Member

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    Boozer wasn't bad on defense, he was horrible. I'll never forget the time Mike Bibby took him one-on-one and made him look like an old man the way his feet got twisted. He had almost no lateral movement ability. So far as the list, it's too early to tell, but I think Boyan is as good or better than any of those players. No one, not even Memo could shoot like him.
     
  18. checkbookdoc

    checkbookdoc Well-Known Member

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    I made my list considering both player PEAK and LONGEVITY. I think most people would say Bogey this year has been better than peak Harpring (although I think Matt his first year was a similar quality player), but the longevity isn't even close. Hapring contributed for 7 years, 6 of them at a high level, during an important and successful period for the franchise.
     
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