Posted by: Patrick on January 30th, 2013The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
Everyone is pointing fingers wondering what the problem is, asking for trades etc. Do you think that this could be part of the problem? If so, when your thinking of trades, maybe you might consider this..
This is per 30 min averages
Burks 2 Ast, 11.2 pnts
Tinsley 7.4 Ast, 6.3 pnts
Watson 6.8 ast, 3.4 pnts
Mo Williams 6.4 Ast, 12.3 pnts and he has been out recently.
If no one has to guard our PG, then thats an extra defender against the rest of the team, it hasnt taken them long to figure that one out. Its a similar problem to last year, but this leaves the opposing PG open to crownd the paint.
Trading a good player for the sake of another good player doesnt make sense unless your filling a need. THe object is to get a lot of good players, not swap them out. You need to trade for something that fills a gap, not just for the sake of trading. PG is that gap. Sadly there are few on the block worth having, and few in the next draft. Unless something pops up, giving us a knock down 3 point threat who can defend the 3, or a PG comes up some where in the mix, or a few good draft picks that may get us another good big to come off the bench behind our bigs, Im not sure your going to see a trade by the deadline.
I wonder if we could land the top PG’s in this next yrs draft. Not all stars, but maybe an upgrade over what we have. Thoughts?
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