sunsbg wrote:jcsunsfan wrote:The problem with Bogdon is that he has a star mentality and a limited journeyman skill set. He shoots and has an ok handle. His passing is moderate. His defense is horrible. But he wants to take the last shot every time.
Just curious do you also consider Warren a 'limited journeyman' ?
He's pretty skilled at feeding the big man in the post, I have seen him do it for Vesely on Fenerbahce, the big men on Serbia team, also seen a comment for that once he had 10a in NBA game. I can guarantee you, he would have meshed with Ayton very well, much better than Booker.
And how did you come with 'he wants to take the last shot every time' ? He's certainly not a 'me first' player, like most Euro players btw.
To a certain extent, yes. TJ is a more efficient offensive player than Bogdan. TJ is a forward, not a guard, so not as much distribution would be expected. The big difference is that TJ does not try to play like he is a superstar at the end of games. I have gotten this by watching him play. Its not that he is "me-first" but he tends to dominate the ball like he thinks he is the best player on the court at the time. Its just his mentality.
Both players have limitations in their set of skills.