Hayward or Shved?

Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by bjunior, Dec 30, 2012.

Hayward or Shved?

Poll closed Jan 4, 2013.
  1. Hayward

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  2. Shved

    27.3%
  1. bjunior

    bjunior Well-Known Member

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    January 2 TWolves are in town, AK, Love vs AJ, Kanter vs Pekovic so I guess it will be a fun game.

    Knowing that TWolves signed Shved, I said this summer that Shved may be better than Hayward.

    I don't know why, but I tend to compare this two guys, I like them both and sincerely I don't know who is better or will be better.

    So, let's start a poll - which of these 2 guys would you choose for your nba team and why?

    Why I compare them?
    - both have good basketball iq
    - good passing
    - good PnR game, Shved may be better a little
    - Hayward is a better defender though
    - Hayward is younger
    - Shved is a rookie and got better in December, he ranks 3rd behind Davis and Lillard
     
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  2. orangello

    orangello Well-Known Member

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    I don't know who is better but I would love to pluck Shved from the Twolves.
     
  3. slc

    slc Well-Known Member

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    So would anyone trade Hayward for Shved? Or something like that?
    Can it be done?
    Would Wolves do it?
     
  4. Fishsticks

    Fishsticks Banned

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    No. This is silly.
     
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  5. orangello

    orangello Well-Known Member

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    I wouldn't but I would trade the GST pick for him at this point.
     
  6. slc

    slc Well-Known Member

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    If the Jazz did this there would probably need to be a couple more trades.
    Tinsley or Watson would have to go.
    Millsap or Jefferson would have to go.
     
  7. NAOS

    NAOS Banned

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    Every jazz fan would. Zero twolves execs would.
     
  8. NAOS

    NAOS Banned

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    In before the racialist comment!
     
  9. Gameface

    Gameface Fire Controlman

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    I voted that Hayward should shave.
     
  10. CitizenofCapua

    CitizenofCapua Well-Known Member

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    Shved is the next Manu imo. Joined the NBA at the same age like Manu and he got great bball iq like him. When he get stronger and get used to NBA pace he will be much better. But he is a good fix at Adelman's Timberwolves. They're a half euro team that plays team basketball and thats why he adapted so quickly.
     
  11. D Will Texas

    D Will Texas Active Member

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    Shved, and it's not even close
     
  12. Weezur

    Weezur Well-Known Member

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    We need to get Shved. They already have Rubio. It's not fair
     
  13. CAKAR

    CAKAR Well-Known Member

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    If you wanto to play team-ball then definetly Shved.
     
  14. orangello

    orangello Well-Known Member

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    I'm ready to see some Shved tomorrow.
     
  15. Dr. Jones

    Dr. Jones In pursuit of #9 Contributor

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    And if we don't?
     
  16. orangello

    orangello Well-Known Member

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    Then play Big Al more.
     
  17. MVP

    MVP Well-Known Member

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    Shved is older, more experienced, much much better passer and has a big balls/killer instinct. Hayward is better defender, bigger and more athletic and has no balls.
     
  18. tatermoog

    tatermoog Active Member Contributor

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    Shved could be pretty special:
    [video=youtube_share;qO3G4XtjKCk]https://youtu.be/qO3G4XtjKCk[/video]
     
  19. orangello

    orangello Well-Known Member

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    If that was some other team besides a bottom feeder team then it would be more impressive. With that being said, I do think that he plays at a good pace and he can do some special things on the court. He is also prone to some stupid mistakes but who isn't, right?

    PS, I watched about the first 20 or so episodes of one piece. I liked it but I was just so far behind and at the time had a lot on my plate. Is it worth it to try and catch up?
     
  20. tatermoog

    tatermoog Active Member Contributor

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    Yeah, I would be reluctant to label Shved as the ultimate team player so far. In two close games, he went Hero Ball for the last shot and missed badly both times (airballed one attempt). But he has the court vision and frequently the desire to be a fantastic passer. He's the rare player that looks so good in stretches that I'm shocked when I see how pedestrian his stats are.
     

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