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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffrey32 View Post
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    Utah would be better served with Hayward in the starting line-up instead of Foye. Foye is instant offense off the bench and that where he should be. He could be Utah's Jason Terry. Hayward on the other hand would be beneficial in the starting line-up because he could be a distributor for the offense. Since Mo is a shoot first point guard and you have the Big 3 down low that need the ball, Hayward could play more of a PG role getting other involved, as well as driving and spotting up.
    I love the fact that the wings that are in the game when Jefferson is are nearly worthless. When I say love I mean hate. When I say worthless I mean invisible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orangello View Post
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    I love the fact that the wings that are in the game when Jefferson is are nearly worthless. When I say love I mean hate. When I say worthless I mean invisible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orangello View Post
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    I love the fact that the wings that are in the game when Jefferson is are nearly worthless. When I say love I mean hate. When I say worthless I mean invisible.
    They stop being invisible when the ball moves. Last game was a very good example. Ty had plays run through almost everybody, early, and Mo played like a point guard at least half the time. When Al calls for and holds the ball, or Mo dribbles around the top of the key for 6 seconds, the wings have little opportunity to contribute. Although why nobody cuts in these situations is still a mystery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gameface View Post
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    I think Hayward sees the bigger picture and wants to contribute to team wins more than buff his ego. I said it before he played a minute in a Jazz uniform, Hayward is a winner and winners win. He took his college team further than they were supposed to go. How? Tenacity and finding ways to win. That's who he is. When he's not playing basketball he's playing real time strategy games and at a high level. I think Hayward is honestly about putting the best constructed team on the floor and using that team's strength in the best possible way, fitting into that and finding a way to make it work.

    Did I mention that I really like Hayward. Even when he's not shooting well he is contributing.
    I agree big time with Gameface on this one.
    Not only is Hayward better suited coming off of the bench himself..... he also makes Kanter, Marvin, and Carroll better as well. In that second unit, you have two play makers in Hayward and Tinsley to help Kanter develop along with (mostly) solid offense from Marvin as well as great defense and hustle from Carroll.
    This bench reminds me of something like San Antonio has, in that Ginobili is a playmaker, as is Hayward.

    Hayward is a winner, and a leader. One of those guys that will help a team win no matter what the role may be.
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    you gotta wonder, would hayward be coming off the bench if he were black?
    maybe hayward has just accepted the reverse racialism in the NBA at this point.
    maybe, he needs to insert himself into the starting lineup and refuse to go to the bench until officials physically force him.
    I'm not saying Hayward has the opportunity to be the NBA's reverse Rosa Parks, but I'm not saying he doesn't, either.
    You decide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenHarris View Post
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    you gotta wonder, would hayward be coming off the bench if he were black?
    maybe hayward has just accepted the reverse racialism in the NBA at this point.
    maybe, he needs to insert himself into the starting lineup and refuse to go to the bench until officials physically force him.
    I'm not saying Hayward has the opportunity to be the NBA's reverse Rosa Parks, but I'm not saying he doesn't, either.
    You decide.
    May be you should stop being an idiot. Have you thought of that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSilencer1313 View Post
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    I agree big time with Gameface on this one.
    Not only is Hayward better suited coming off of the bench himself..... he also makes Kanter, Marvin, and Carroll better as well. In that second unit, you have two play makers in Hayward and Tinsley to help Kanter develop along with (mostly) solid offense from Marvin as well as great defense and hustle from Carroll.
    This bench reminds me of something like San Antonio has, in that Ginobili is a playmaker, as is Hayward.

    Hayward is a winner, and a leader. One of those guys that will help a team win no matter what the role may be.
    YES YES YES!! He's wearing that number 20 jersey for a reason too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenHarris View Post
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    you gotta wonder, would hayward be coming off the bench if he were black?
    maybe hayward has just accepted the reverse racialism in the NBA at this point.
    maybe, he needs to insert himself into the starting lineup and refuse to go to the bench until officials physically force him.
    I'm not saying Hayward has the opportunity to be the NBA's reverse Rosa Parks, but I'm not saying he doesn't, either.
    You decide.
    Why in the hell do you continue with the lame racist jokes? Or are you actually serious when you spout this crap?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotttnickkk View Post
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    May be you should stop being an idiot. Have you thought of that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotttnickkk View Post
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    YES YES YES!! He's wearing that number 20 jersey for a reason too!
    Haha nice. I didn't even take that into consideration when I made the comment.
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