Tobias Harris

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  1. jazfan23

    jazfan23 Active Member

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    Harris is the absolute perfect fit here , a point forward who can bring the ball up the court ..

    I’m guessing we will know the Jazz will go after him when we don’t take the team option on favours ? Which comes first ? I’m sure it’s the Favours option ?

    I don’t want to lose Derrick but when a guy like Tobias is out there , you grab him ... maybe Reddick as well , depends how much he wants and what cap space we have left
     
  2. infection

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

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    Favors’ contract becomes guaranteed the 7th or 8th, so we are able to make all our offers and, if nobody bites, retain Favors. Kind of pointless, though. Nothing to do with Favors, really, just essentially acquiescing and saying that we’ve peaked (or plateaued, really) and that we’ll press forward and maybe hope for a couple lucky bounces or some favorable seeding.
     
  3. SCS

    SCS Well-Known Member

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    We can agree to a deal with Tobias before making the decision on Favors. If Tobias agreed to sign we would likely then have to decline the option on Favors before signing him though.
     
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  4. DOA

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    Plan 1a is go hard after Tobias Harris.
    Plan 1b is go hard after malcolm brogdon.

    I like the idea of going after Beverly with plan 1a but not great for 1b.

    I love the idea of offering this year's first round pick to the wolves for Dario Saric. My perfect plan a offseasons would be a trade for Saric, signing Harris and hope there is enough money for Beverley. (Not sure of where the money would come from)

    If korver retires the jazz waive him and that means only 3 mil as guaranteed money.

    Would love to trade exum for Saric.

    Beverly, exum, neto
    Mitchell, O'Neale, Allen
    Ingles, crowder
    Harris, Saric, Niang
    Gobert, Bradley

    That would leave a back up center for the vet min. There are some good second rounders to take a chance on.
     
  5. The Jazz Wonderbra

    The Jazz Wonderbra Well-Known Member

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    Exum for saric? That would be amazing! Why in Zeus's butthole would Minny do it?
     
  6. David Ginola 14

    David Ginola 14 Well-Known Member

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    How much is the maximum possible for Harris?
     
  7. LoPo

    LoPo Well-Known Member

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  8. David Ginola 14

    David Ginola 14 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks..
     
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  9. jjscap

    jjscap Well-Known Member

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    Utah is after Harris since two years. Hopefully they can make it happen this offseason. He seems happy there but PHI might offer him less than the market because of salary cap considerations. They have 3 stars beside him.

    Utah needs to sign Furkan Korkmaz from the same team. He's a 21 years old athletic shooter with Gordon Hayward potential and PHI stupidly declined his rookie option making him a UFA.
     
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  10. David Ginola 14

    David Ginola 14 Well-Known Member

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    The Max for me is so many, honestly I would prefer other players..
     
  11. Eenie-Meenie

    Eenie-Meenie Well-Known Member

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    I see Bradley listed on a depth chart, but is Bradley really worth keeping? I haven't been impressed with what little I have seen of him.
     
  12. NUMBERICA

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    No. Then again, he might have an opportunity to play this season for the first time in his career.

    If he’s not used in a trade or someone obviously better doesn’t come along, it would be nice to conclusively see if there was any reason to draft the kid at all or not.
     
  13. UtahJazz32

    UtahJazz32 Well-Known Member

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    He was a project and still is one. I think we should pass on him
     

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