When on the floor, Jack often runs the pick and roll. 31% of the time Jack runs the pick and roll as the ball handler. 23% of the time Jack is dribble dominant and runs isolation to himself.
This postseason especially Jack, has been seen dribbling far too much and forcing up bad fade away jumpers. Jack has shot under 35%, already three times this postseason and takes almost every 10 points per game.
Against Denver, Jack averaged four turnovers per game and now against San Antonio, Jack is averaging 2.5 turnovers per game.
Jack needs the ball in his hands to be successful. In the regular season, he scored 3% of his points of screens and 0.6% on off ball cuts to the rim.
Jack is a good secondary ball handler and sixth man, but often is relied upon too much.
So should the Warriors keep Jack?
I say yes, keep him but only at the right price. If Jack is seeking more money than his current five million dollars deal than they should be weary and understand there are other ways to get bench scoring.
Jack is worthy of a mid-level exception at the most, but if he wants a deal say three years, thirty million than that is far too lucrative of a contract. Jack was a valuable member of the Warriors but is not irreplaceable.