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Who Would You Rather Trade?

  • Clarkson

  • Bogey


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MilesDeep

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I'd rather trade Bogey, but it's complicated. Clarkson has perfected his role. He slumped for a 25 game stretch which was detrimental, but he's just perfect as a gunner from the bench. Can score in every way from every area on the floor regardless of who is guarding him, of course this comes at the cost of efficiency. Bogey is such a great shooter and floor spacer, but he's pretty average at creating shots for himself (possible exception of his turnaround and fader) and or others, and he actually turns it over a fair amount more than what I would consider slightly annoying/passable. Biggest reason my choice would be Bogey is he's a pathetic rebounder, and that's a nail in the coffin and letters on the headstone when you consider the roster. He simply doesn't rebound unless it comes directly to him. He did show flashes of playing much better defense in the playoffs, which is simply a desire issue in his case. Let's trade Joe instead.
 


slc

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Keep Clarkson
He has endeared himself to Filipino community
Can't get enough of that
 
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fishonjazz

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Fwiw Clarkson averaged 2.3 turnovers per 36 and bojan averaged 2.1 turnovers per 36.

I see comments often about how bogey is always turning the ball over. 2.1 per 36 ain't bad.

There was 8 players on the jazz this season that turned it over more frequently than bojan.
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Handlogten's Heros

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Fwiw Clarkson averaged 2.3 turnovers per 36 and bojan averaged 2.1 turnovers per 36.

I see comments often about how bogey is always turning the ball over. 2.1 per 36 ain't bad.

There was 8 players on the jazz this season that turned it over more frequently than bojan.
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How many assists doe... Mike turns it over because he’s making passes... Bojan is a mix of mishandling and being a terrible passer.

My biggest issue is Bojan just does one thing. He does it well and efficiently even considering the turnovers though.
 

Max Porter

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We need a long athletic forward who can guard the three, shoot the three, and get to the paint. Not easy to come by. We need someone like Lamar Odom when he was on the lakers.

I’d love to get siakam or even Robert Covington would fit nicely.
 

campaignist

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We need a long athletic forward who can guard the three, shoot the three, and get to the paint. Not easy to come by. We need someone like Lamar Odom when he was on the lakers.

I’d love to get siakam or even Robert Covington would fit nicely.
I've seen suggestions of a Bogie for Tobias Harris trade on the other message boards, which shocks me because I can't believe Philly would do it. That would be my dream.
 

Ujfanatic

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Siakam would be great, but I can’t imagine we would have the assets to get him. He has struggled a bit since signing his max deal, so there is a world in which Toronto moves him.

I don’t think Harris has the defense to move the needle for us.
 

Ferguson_Mellochill

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Fwiw Clarkson averaged 2.3 turnovers per 36 and bojan averaged 2.1 turnovers per 36.

I see comments often about how bogey is always turning the ball over. 2.1 per 36 ain't bad.

There was 8 players on the jazz this season that turned it over more frequently than bojan.
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Yeah, but Clarkson has much higher usage. If you were to look at what percentage of possessions result in TOs, I bet Bogey is higher.
 

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