A LOT.I’d rather tear the whole thing down but am thinking through stuff as though we aren’t doing that. It will be all low probability opportunities as we don’t have the premium assets to do better. If Hayward was healthy all the time we wouldn’t get assets for taking his deal on… when healthy he gives us a lot of what we need.
The recipe for building around Rudy and Donovan is putting as many glue-guy wings around them as possible. And if possible, at least one of them is a real threat.
Hayward checks all of those boxes. If you can swing the Avdija move, then you have another (would probably have to sweeten it I think). PJ checks the stretchy "4" box off which is the other type of player that is important to building around the two. But if you have enough of both types, you don't need to prioritize anything else; building depth at PG and C are the easiest positions if you need to do it.
That is the exact way to build around those two players and I don't know why the Jazz haven't leaned a lot harder into that. I know people kind of have this attitude of "of course they've tried" but their draft and transaction history doesn't really show that. I frankly don't understand what the **** they've been doing when zooming out in that fashion.