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foucault87

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Maybe I’m naive but I think Bogdanovic this year could have been the edge that got us to the ECF - he would make our offense nearly unstoppable and when motivated he’s a good defender. But I hope you’re right about Okoros upside
He is in Detroit which means there is a good chance he will be available later in the year if they aren't looking too hot. I'd look into levert and a 2nd for him then
 

Ohioplayer00

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I'm gonna get flack for this but I think Bogdan is not worth giving up Okoro. If I could swap him for Caris, I would. Okoro is too critical for our defensive strategy and has a lot of upside to just dump now
I’m not a big Okoro fan but I agree with you on this point.
 

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So what is the best course of action? Should they just let this season play out and let Kevin Love, Caris Lavert, Dylan Windler, etc come off the books during the summer so you can have $25 million in cap space? They should be able to get a decent 3&D small forward for $15 million and use the rest to fill out the bench. The problem is the bench will be very weak.
 

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