I, for one, was pretty upset initially when we drafted Hayward. Over the past few hours though I have done some soul searching and have decided I like him. For a couple of reasons, 1. No use in complaining about it, we got him, might as well support him. 2. I like what he potentially brings to the team. For years we have been saying we need a wing who can handle the ball and make plays to take pressure off Dwill. If Hayward can do anything well, its ball-handling and play-making ability for his size. True he isnt going to dazzle anyone with his speed or quickness, but I think he has enough craftiness to still be an effective 2nd option playmaker along side Dwill. He is also going to be a good shooter in the league. True he didnt shoot well this year, but that was mostly due to him being the main player on his team and difficulty of shots. I know a big concern for him is defense, which it should be. He is going to need to improve his body if he wants to be a legitimate starter, but here is how I see it. He cant be any worse of a defender than Kyle Korver, and he probably even has a higher BBall IQ. So as our 3rd wing player (replacing KK) we actually improve our defense and rebounding.