2019 Award Winner
Exactly. I don't see a reason to trade anybody in the primary rotation.Whoever wants to trade Bogey is a classic Minivan idiot. The Jazz have the best record in team history, are winning almost every game by double digits, and you want to trade someone? The chemistry is great and Bogey hasn't been as bad as you're picturing him.
This. They need to stop the post-ups they have been running for him, at least until his confidence comes back. I get that the matchup might dictate it is the correct basketball play, but when the player is struggling in that situation you need to get him in situations that help him see success. Then when he is more back to his old self he can go back to the post-up game when the matchup warrants it. But right now he is just a turnover machine in those situations.I think we need to get him going, but I think the way we're doing it isn't good. We try to get him post ups and other non-threes to have him "see the ball go through the basket," but he shoots a lower percentage on those shots than he does threes. If we want to get him going, we need to set a few screens for him and have him catch-and-shoot a lot of threes. The way we're approaching it is complicating it because when we "try to get him going" by putting him in situations where he turns the ball over, that's definitely going to do the opposite of getting him going psychologically.