Who would you rather have?

Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by infection, Feb 13, 2020.

Who would you rather have?

  1. Player A

    8 vote(s)
    30.8%
  2. Player B

    15 vote(s)
    57.7%
  3. Player C

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. Scott Padgett

    3 vote(s)
    11.5%
  1. infection

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

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    All per 36.

    Player A:

    41.2% FG, 35% on 6.1 3PA, 86.7% FT on 7 FTA, 3.7 rebounds, 7.1 assists, 23.2 points.

    Player B:

    48.7% FG, 38.6% on 8.5 3PA, 75% FT on 2.6 FTA, 3.9 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 22.9 points.

    Player C:

    45.9% FG, 30% on 3.1 3PA, 70.6% on 3.5 FTA, 4.7 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 11.5 points.
     
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  2. Voice of Harold

    Voice of Harold New Member

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    Lol @ Scott Padgett. Isn't he coaching now? I remember when he was practically our lone 3 point threat.
     
  3. homeytennis

    homeytennis Well-Known Member

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    I remember when he and John Crotty were with the Jazz that Sloan got so pissed at both of them that he called them out in the press for being lazy and out of shape.
     
  4. Handlogten's Heros

    Handlogten's Heros Well-Known Member 2019 Award Winner

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    feels like a trap... I voted A
     
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  5. LogGrad98

    LogGrad98 Well-Known Member Contributor

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    Tough thing is it depends on the role. For a high volume bench guy who just needs to get points and keep the pressure on, then lower percentages can be ok. If it's a low post scorer who needs high efficiency, then percentages matter and make a bigger difference. And comparing like a gobert to a Mitchell will produce much different results when you don't know the context. From the stats alone I voted for B due to efficiency.
     
  6. infection

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

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    It's a tarp because the real answer is C.
     
  7. Handlogten's Heros

    Handlogten's Heros Well-Known Member 2019 Award Winner

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    I'm ****** at tests
     
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  8. JazzyFresh

    JazzyFresh Well-Known Member

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    C has only played in 88 games(out of 200+) in the last 3 seasons combined and only played a full season once in his career so keep that in mind when voting.
     
  9. NAOS

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    Lame cuz it says nothing about height or defensive prowess.
     
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  10. infection

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

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    Player A: 6’1” with bad defense.

    Player B: 6’4” with passable defense.

    Player C: 6’5” and argued to be a defensive stopper.

    Scott Padgett: 6’9” and likely unplayable in today’s game.
     
  11. checkbookdoc

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    I voted B, but it depends on team dynamics and what role you want them to play. Player A has higher assists, so they are likely better as a facilitator. Player B is a more efficient scorer.
     
  12. checkbookdoc

    checkbookdoc Well-Known Member

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    Can you give us any hand pad or balance measurements?
    For this Jazz team I would definitely want player B.
    Are we ever going to be told who the players are?
     
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  13. Handlogten's Heros

    Handlogten's Heros Well-Known Member 2019 Award Winner

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    I know who they are now... I'd take B personally for the Jazz.

    No interest in C.
     
  14. infection

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

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    Results:

    Player A: Lou Williams.
    Player B: Jordan Clarkson.
    Player C: Dante Exum.
    Scott Padgett: Player D.
     
  15. Handlogten's Heros

    Handlogten's Heros Well-Known Member 2019 Award Winner

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    Player C used to be at least 6'6" then there were weird rumors he was 6'8" and then when they really measured him it was back down to 6'5"
     
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  16. Handlogten's Heros

    Handlogten's Heros Well-Known Member 2019 Award Winner

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    Got them all right except D... thought it was a trick and guessed Andrea Bargnani
     
  17. Handlogten's Heros

    Handlogten's Heros Well-Known Member 2019 Award Winner

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    JC has been awesome. I like that Snyder is cool with him getting buckets. We need that especially in the playoffs when the ball movement/screen actions can get neutered with switching.
     
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  18. LogGrad98

    LogGrad98 Well-Known Member Contributor

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    B easy



    And note I picked that one before seeing the spoiler.
     
  19. LogGrad98

    LogGrad98 Well-Known Member Contributor

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    JC had been nothing short of absolutely perfect for our bench. Exactly what we need. To a mother****ing T. Love that guy.
     
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  20. LoPo

    LoPo Well-Known Member

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    I voted player A because...

    - He gets to the free throw line 7 times per game. That puts pressure on the opposing team. Player A gets to the line 3x more than Player B.

    - He averages 7 assists per game. That's 3x more than Player B.

    - Although Player B shoots slightly better is a slightly better defender, Player A would seem to benefit his team more in other areas (drawing fouls and assisting baskets) than the strain on the defensive end.

    It's close though.
     

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