4 Former Utah Jazz players the team can re-sign this summer

The Utah Jazz may want to look to the past to improve their future.
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Bojan Bogdanovic

Even at 35 years old, Bojan Bogdanovic can still start in this league. Never being good on defense, Bogdanovic is putting up advanced defensive numbers in line with is prime. He's around -2.0 with his defensive box plus-minus, and that's about what he's been dealing with for his career, (-1.5 for his career). It's not a great thing, but if you put a good unit around him with strong defenders, that doesn't become the problem you think it is.

Just as long as you only have one guy like that in your lineup. The Jazz had two last year, Collin Sexton and Keyonte George, neither of whom made the club better playing next to one another, so if the Jazz are keeping both guards, you can't afford Bogdanovic to start. He may still be a good bench scorer, however.

He shot above his career average from three this season, making nearly 40% (39.8%) of his three-point shots. That's above his career average of 39.4% from three. He's still able to score at the same rate now as he could before he ended up in Utah, let alone while he was here. He's clearly someone who can give you big shots still.