SmartWentCrazy wrote:return2glory wrote:The_Ghost_of_JB wrote:http://www.gordonhayward20.life/2019/09/24/back-like-we-never-left/?fbclid=IwAR2k67n7fWCwEBsd_PHSTd3hw8Mh7sRMlv0PHRIGldOfCw0Gcnp8VMS77dI
Thought this was a good read.
Great read. Thanks for posting JB.
I know a lot of people have counted Hayward out. People seem to forget this was a big injury and can take up to a year and a half. Some people also forget his 2nd surgery after the initial one.
I’ve felt for months that Gordon will be close to being back to his all star form this season. I can see Hayward putting up 18,5 and 5 or a little better.
Kemba being here is going to him Hayward because Kemba is a good leader and is and encouraging teammate, unlike the last PG that was here last year.
Boston is going to surprise a lot of people around the league. And that all starts with the addition of Kemba, the improvements of Tatum and Hayward. Brown should also be better and Kantar is going to be a bigger addition that people think. Not to mention, Brad will return to being a top 3 coach again this season.
Its not really counting Hayward out (at least from me)— its more so that in order for us to become actual contenders long term, we need Tatum to eventually become our best player [and a top 10 guy overall]. If Hayward asserts himself over Tatum, thats a really bad sign for us going forward and puts us on a path to treadmilling hardcore.
Depends on how good Hayward looks, Hayward was arguably a top 15 player 2 years ago. If he's that we're not in trouble, but if he's a top 30 player and he's our best player, yea we're in trouble. Although Tatum really is very young, still. We will see.