15.3 points on 47.6 percent FGs and 68.4 percent FTs, 10.3 rebounds (3.6 offensive), 1.4 assists, 1.4 steals and 2.3 blocks.
Favors has been one of the premier stashes all season, thanks to his enormous upside and Utah's obvious desire to clear more minutes for him (he was the true prize in the Deron Williams trade, along with two first-round picks). Over 75 percent of Favors' shot attempts this season have come from within 10 feet of the basket, and he is neither a willing nor proficient passer, which suggests that he'd be a better fit alongside Paul Millsap, who is both more mobile and a better passer than Al Jefferson. Be forewarned, however, that Favors also averages 5.0 personal fouls per 36 minutes, so the availability of playing time isn't a guarantee that he'll average 35+ minutes.
Knaus' Trade Deadline column