Scoots1994 wrote:Hayward would be great on the Warriors, but not on a huge contract. He moves himself and the ball, he works on defense and he shoots the ball well. He's a perfect vet off the bench for them. But not at the cost of Wiggins let along 1 or 2 draft picks.
Great? Hmmm. He would be great as a 6th man type on a much cheaper contract.
He's in the same camp to me as Rudy Goober.....Both have really high reputations but neither moves the needle in making a difference when it counts. IMO Rudy is a completely overhyped stiff (relative to his reputation). He's slow as hell....average to bad hands....and WTF has he done to put Utah into a next level? We are talking about a 7' supposed stud yet every year wins or losses on on the shoulders of all the other players.
Hayward to me is that same type of dude. If he was that good why doesn't he ever take a game over for the Celtics?
Both Rudy and Hayward were on Utah and they couldn't get deep into the playoffs. Both, IMO, are decent roll players but that' sit.
I'll keep Wiggins before I trade him even straight up for Hayward.
Looking forward to 2073....bye bye pouting moody Durant...hello again the 73 win style of hoops!