Any which way you look at it, you’re going to need to do something. On a sport you may need wheel spacers to compensate for not having enough offset on the factory wheels.
Also to try and mitigate tire rub on your frame I’d suggest considering a narrower tire. You’d be surprised what a difference a tire with an inch less in width and I’ll make. Play around with various p-metric combos to get the desired tire height.
Also not sure if you plan to off road the Jeep or not. Whether you or or aren’t you will need to do something to avoid tire rub on the fenders. You can get away with a budget boost which adds spacers to the factory suspension to give you lift. This will give you the clearance in your wheel wells for the larger tires. If you plan to run a BB for an extended period (nothing wrong with doing so), just make sure to pony up for a complete kit.
Im thinking of doing 1-3/4 (99$ per axle) wheel spacers and was thinking the teraflex 1.5” booster lift that’s like 180$, hopefully this makes the trick of not rubbing on either concrete daily driving and off road not rock climbing... what’s your thoughts?