No Hood chocked hard under pressure and an even bigger issue could not stay healthy. I would be happy to pick him back up but him and his agent wanted more than we would have paid. We traded him for something instead of letting him walk. We still wanted Kanter just not to start. He is not better than Gobert and no team in the NBA would start him over Gobert. He demanded a trade publicly, so we traded him for low since he killed his own trade value. Kanter then talked **** about the team and Utah. He has been on 3 teams since and its been proven he is not a starter in the NBA. Maybe he turns that around but that is years after the fact he demanded a trade because a player was better than him. Instead of working hard to fit in or even surpass the player that was better than him he threw a little kid temper tantrum and got traded away like he wanted. Maybe he grows up and starts working hard and becomes a solid player but that is not reason to regret losing him when he was a far different player. The same could be said of Lyles.