Two different stories, one visit.
"He actually brought an iPad along to lunch and showed me actually clips of Luc Longley playing that similar type role, triangle-facilitator type of role and wanted me to be a bit more aggressive offensively and run through me a little more, so that’s always good to hear," Bogut told the station.
Then there's this other link (pretty cool embedded link within as well - Bogut on Aussie radio)
"I’ve kind of taken a backseat offensively the last couple years, and that’s not a bad thing because we do have two of the best shooters in the league that are great scorers," Bogut said, "So I’d like to get that back. I think I can do a little more offensively, but if my team needs me to play D and rebound, I’ll do that."
Bottom line for me?
I don't think Bogut ever had a ton of love for Jackson, but more importantly I think that Bogut has become comfortable enough with his role as primary defensive anchor to begin to try and get back some of his offensive game. Ever since Nellie ball, I've had an excruciating yearning for excellent two-way players. Makes me happy to see this point of emphasis from Bogut!