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Re: How much is Bogey worth?

Posted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 6:02 pm
by pacers70
pacers33granger wrote:I'm skeptical on Ross. He's super streaky and we've had real bad luck with those types of players. I also think it takes more to sign him than I would be comfortable with.


I agree. When I think of Ross I think of Gerald Green. :o

Re: How much is Bogey worth?

Posted: Sat Mar 23, 2019 2:58 am
by Topofthekey
I think Terrence Ross ranks like 8th or something in the league in 4th quarter scoring (I'm not sure though, got to look it up)

I'm not saying I definitely prefer Ross over Bogie, just saying that there are other options out there that may be worth considering

Re: How much is Bogey worth?

Posted: Sat Mar 23, 2019 12:35 pm
by Wizop
Topofthekey wrote:I think Terrence Ross ranks like 8th or something in the league in 4th quarter scoring (I'm not sure though, got to look it up)

I'm not saying I definitely prefer Ross over Bogie, just saying that there are other options out there that may be worth considering
Ross had another big game last night as Magic made big comeback against Memphis. still my hope is the draft gives us a shutdown wing ... but the draft is another thread.

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Re: How much is Bogey worth?

Posted: Mon Mar 25, 2019 8:19 am
by Vorda
We can be happy if he resign for 18-20 mill.

Re: How much is Bogey worth?

Posted: Tue Apr 2, 2019 7:02 am
by pepe1991
Bojan is 7th most effective SF by true shooting percentage and only ones ranked above him, with more ppgs are : Durant and Gallinari.

Even by PER he is in top 10.

As far as 3 point attemps ( 5,3 per game) he is ranked 58th in that, while shooting 41,7% for 3. But there is a important factor- only 3 players who shoot more have higher 3% than him. Buddy Hield, Steph Curry and Danny Green.

Re: How much is Bogey worth?

Posted: Tue Apr 2, 2019 1:37 pm
by pacers70
Bogey is a poor man's Larry Bird...or Larry Bird Lite if you prefer.

Re: How much is Bogey worth?

Posted: Sat Apr 20, 2019 6:52 am
by wco81
He can't be the main scoring option in the playoffs.

But as a second or third guy, he may be necessary.

Even if Victor was playing, if Pacers didn't have other offensive threats, it would be tough slogging for him. Or they could just double him on crucial possessions in the fourth quarter.

Pacers of course were also relying on Evans to make plays off the dribble and post ups for Sabonis. Very tough options.