Comments on: Gordon Hayward & Restricted Free Agency FAQ http://saltcityhoops.com/gordon-hayward-restricted-free-agency-faq/ The ESPN TrueHoop Utah Jazz Site Wed, 17 Sep 2014 07:04:08 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0 By: Is Gordon Hayward Really Worth the Max? | IamDistinct http://saltcityhoops.com/gordon-hayward-restricted-free-agency-faq/#comment-94514 Fri, 04 Jul 2014 12:45:09 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=8351#comment-94514 […] compensation on a lesser scale than are unrestricted veterans seeking out their third NBA deals. As Salt City Hoops’ Dan Clayton detailed last […]

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By: SCH Mailbag: Cap & Trade Questions | Salt City Hoops http://saltcityhoops.com/gordon-hayward-restricted-free-agency-faq/#comment-94440 Thu, 26 Jun 2014 15:31:13 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=8351#comment-94440 […] question. Andy Larsen and I broke down the financial aspect a bit last fall after Hayward and the Jazz failed to reach an agreement. It sounds like […]

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By: Jazz Make No Moves at Trade Deadline Salt City Hoops http://saltcityhoops.com/gordon-hayward-restricted-free-agency-faq/#comment-23062 Thu, 20 Feb 2014 22:59:23 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=8351#comment-23062 […] goes for Gordon Hayward. I’ve already hypothesized that the only way Hayward got dealt was to help Utah land a top 5 pick in the coming draft, and […]

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By: NBA Celtics Fan | Should Boston Celtics Go All-out to Acquire Gordon Hayward? http://saltcityhoops.com/gordon-hayward-restricted-free-agency-faq/#comment-16910 Wed, 13 Nov 2013 22:55:45 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=8351#comment-16910 […] leaves the door open for a team with cap space to offer Hayward roughly $58.5 million over the next four years (at the most) then wait and see if Utah […]

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By: Should Boston Celtics Go All-out to Acquire Gordon Hayward? : Riden Pine http://saltcityhoops.com/gordon-hayward-restricted-free-agency-faq/#comment-16908 Wed, 13 Nov 2013 22:18:37 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=8351#comment-16908 […] leaves the door open for a team with cap space to offer Hayward roughly $58.5 million over the next four years (at the most) then wait and see if Utah […]

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By: Jazz Player Trade Likelihood Watch: Part I | Salt City Hoops http://saltcityhoops.com/gordon-hayward-restricted-free-agency-faq/#comment-16468 Thu, 07 Nov 2013 21:32:05 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=8351#comment-16468 […] 14. Gordon Hayward. Let’s get this out of the way quickly: G-Time isn’t going anywhere. Even without an extension in place, the Jazz have the power to keep Hayward in the fold and won’t punt on their present and future leader unless he starts a Deron-esque pressure campaign to get out (which doesn’t seem to be in his character). Also, no extension means Hayward is off the table in any trade discussions leading up to the draft day next June. For more on why you shouldn’t worry about Hayward’s deadline passing, read this. […]

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By: 81 Predictions for 81 Jazz Games | Salt City Hoops http://saltcityhoops.com/gordon-hayward-restricted-free-agency-faq/#comment-16144 Fri, 01 Nov 2013 22:37:59 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=8351#comment-16144 […] will offer Hayward a max contract next off-season (OK, not Portland, but some team […]

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By: Jeff Hinds http://saltcityhoops.com/gordon-hayward-restricted-free-agency-faq/#comment-16143 Fri, 01 Nov 2013 21:49:22 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=8351#comment-16143 Its a tough situation when dealing with extensions for any player. To me both sides seemed to come out feeling ok about the situation. I think it works for both, Gordon plays well and he gets paid what he feels he deserves. If he plays average or below he will be slated at a fair market value for the player that he is. I think the Jazz did a good job not giving up their flexibility but still letting Gordon know that he is a major piece….for more on this check out…..http://anotherlevelsports.blogspot.com/

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By: babnik http://saltcityhoops.com/gordon-hayward-restricted-free-agency-faq/#comment-16140 Fri, 01 Nov 2013 20:47:28 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=8351#comment-16140 The Jazz have very little to lose and almost all to gain. Gordon Hayward has almost everything to lose. In my opinion, with my income there is not much difference in 40-45 million to 50-54 million. but hey, I am smart with the money I do have.

If Hayward gets hurt and only plays 20-30% of the games, he will likely lose 15-20 million on his next contract. If he plays doesn’t develop and becomes a 15/4/3 guy, he will lose just as much. I don’t know both sides of the story, but I think this was foolish of Hayward and his agent. it is almost always the third contract that is the “career” contract.

The Jazz play this out very well.

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By: Whit http://saltcityhoops.com/gordon-hayward-restricted-free-agency-faq/#comment-16134 Fri, 01 Nov 2013 19:07:25 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=8351#comment-16134 Long time reader first time caller. You guys do amazing work. Thanks to all the overworked and underpaid contributors for countless hours of enlightenment/entertainment.

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