All-time greatest Utah Jazz players: No. 38 Bojan Bogdanovic
- Seasons with the franchise: Two (active)
- Regular-season games played: 118
- Averages as a Jazzman: 17.9 points, 4.1 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 0.5 steals, 0.1 blocks
- Shooting percentages: 43.5 from the field, 40.1 from three, 88.9 from the foul line
- Playoff games with Utah: None (did not see postseason action last season due to his season-ending wrist surgery in May 2020)
He’s not the most consistent player for the current Utah Jazz. After all, when seeking out foul calls rather than simply focusing on putting the ball through the hoop, Bojan Bogdanovic becomes a turnover machine. In these instances, when his eyes are fixed on either the floor or the officials, it often seems as if all it takes is him taking one dribble for a mistake to ensue.
And Bogdanovic isn’t one of the better defenders in Utah.
That said, when the 6-foot-7 forward catches fire downtown while also aggressively seeking drives to the rack and post-up opportunities, he does give off vibes as perhaps the third-best scoring option in town. There’s no denying his pure stroke and overall ability to find buckets from various spots on the floor.
With that in mind, there’s also no denying that he could instantly move up 10 or more spots on this ranking by limiting his whining to refs and consistently producing for these Jazzmen come playoff time.