Hayward's Woes

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  1. infection

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    Post#259 » by yazfan » Sat Sep 29, 2018 10:51 pm
    I am from Indy and a Butler fan so when Hayward was drafted by the Jazz I became a Jazz Fan,
    I literally have watch EVERY Jazz game Hayward played thanks to NBA LP.
    Few things are consistent.
    1. Hayward looks checked out though he is not
    2. Not a huge emotional guy.
    3. Even when Healthy ALWAYS starts the season slow and literally ramps up month over month.
    4. Very unselfish, at times too unselfish IMO but I think that is why guys like playing with him.
    5. Next thing you know his stats are awesome and you didn't even notice it.
    Now the Celtics are WAAAAY more talented than the Jazz so it will be interesting to see if Hayward lets others take theirs over his.
    I must confess I do not know how teams decide who should take more shots, I assume they plan it out to an extent...
    Hayward got paid, he will not be as concerned this year on his stats as I am sure others were.
    He said recently he still doesn't have the liftoff off his left foot. That tells me he is 80% give or take.
    It took Paul George almost 1 whole bad season to get beck to form. I honestly do not know what to expect from Hayward this year.
    I just hope by the 2nd half of the season he is close to his old form. Stinks for the Celtics.
    Year1 - out injury
    Year2 - getting back to form hopefully be the end of the year
    Year3 - after this hopefully fully healthy season he can opt out ...(Maybe I am hopeful, but I hope he opts out , resigns with the Celtics at a Discount to keep the stars together.... Time will tell
     
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  10. Wes Mantooth

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    Sort of agree with this post from my recollection of each of you over the last 10-15 years.
     
  11. Jazz Spazz

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    Sixers vs Boston - 9 to go in game, GH is +15 with 20 points and an actual stat line.

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  12. ijazz

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    Hayward - 26 pts in 28 minutes on 8/11 shooting with a monster 3 with 1:30 left to give the Celtics the lead after falling down 2.

    Best game of year for him on Celtics.... He is starting to get back to form....

    I randomly decided to look back here today and notice you are up to 14 pages on Hayward....

    Guess you can't get over the hot chick that dumped you.

    Wait until he wins the championship either this year or next, that will sting.....
     
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    infection Well-Known Member Staff Member 2018 Award Winner

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    Hah. They aren’t trading Hayward.

    Should be about the time Rudy leaves
     
  15. infection

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    They aren’t or they can’t?
     
  16. Douchebag K

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    New Orleans are winning the title next year ????
     
  17. ijazz

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    By summer absolutely

    By this past trade deadline no way. Not ready
     
  18. ijazz

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    Look above dumb ***. Same response. He will get title with Celtics. Book it.
     
  19. Douchebag K

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    Celtics have completely missed the boat. Been surpassed by Sixers, Bucks and Raptors. Poor fit of players, bad chemistry, lame duck head coach, toxic culture from the GM down. Fans booing their own team regularly. Gonna end badly for your little pretty boy.

    Now **** off and get back to school
     
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    We’ll see in june but jazz will be done by then watching him win the championship
     

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