Bojan Bogdanovic to the Suns? Jazz cleans up, Phoenix watches

It's no secret that Jazz is in the midst of reconstruction, in the midst of a revolution. After turning the Quin Snyder page, the Rudy Gobert page and then very recently the Donovan Mitchell page, the Mormon franchise could complete the work by getting rid of… all the other elders, starting with Bojan Bogdanovic, currently sniper on the side of Milan with the Croatian selection. a favorite to recover the double B? The Suns, apparently.

The Jazz want to change direction, and it's a 180 degree turn that is about to have to negotiate Will Hardy and his new staff. Quin Snyder was thanked for his good services, Rudy Gobert left to do step-backs in Minnesota and Donovan Mitchell to target the DPOY with the Cleveland Cavs, and the departure of the two All-Stars also caused the arrival of nine players and seven draft picks. Its good ? Stop the fees? Oh no. Next on the list? Uh, everyone does. Malik Beasley has barely arrived from Wolves when ESPN says he's already in exit talks, and the Jordan Clarkson / Mike Conley / Bojan Bogdanovic trio may well be asked to look elsewhere before the end of the summer. .

Revolution we tell you.

What about Bojan Bogdanovic? The Arizona Sports journalist John Gambadoro therefore evokes the track of the Suns, rather quiet during this Free Agency and who would not say no to a shooter of the stature of the Croatian. 18 points on average, a very high density of shots and a more than respectable address which made him last season the tenth most productive player in the entire NBA behind the 3-point line. Good to know, BB will receive more than 19 million this season, which means that to pay for his services you will have to let go, but very good to know also, he will enter 2022-23 in his last year of contract, rather pleasant for the sanity of the Suns banker. Dario Saric, Cameron Payne, Torrey Craig or even Landry Shamet and his big contract (40 million over about four years) are the names that could well be mentioned in the next few days in the negotiationswithout necessarily imagining a future in Utah for these guys, but if by chance Bojan Bogdanovic were to sign in Phoenix it's a very nice lineup that could potentially be aligned with Chris Paul and Devin Booker on the backcourt, Mikal Bridges and Bojan Bogdanovic in the wings and Deandre Ayton under the circle.

After a rather calm summer, the Suns could well slam a masterstroke in September. Currently battling with Croatia in Group C of the EuroBasket, Bojan is therefore keeping an ear open, because when returning from Germany it may be a flight to Arizona that he will have to book. Frankly ? We wish him well.