As I Already Told You, Celtics Interested In Gordon Hayward



TroySusieBrady tsb33 at windstream.net
Wed Nov 6 03:14:47 UTC 2013


Will anybody want Brooks is the question!!!

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From: celtics-bounces at igtc.com [mailto:celtics-bounces at igtc.com] On Behalf Of 
John Lyell
Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2013 10:11 PM
To: 'Ryan W'; 'The Boston Celtics Mailing List'; 'Way Of The Ray'
Subject: RE: As I Already Told You, Celtics Interested In Gordon Hayward

For Bradley , Lee, or Crawford ?  Will they want brooks?

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From: celtics-bounces at igtc.com [mailto:celtics-bounces at igtc.com] On Behalf Of 
Ryan W
Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2013 5:57 PM
To: Way Of The Ray; The Boston Celtics Mailing List
Subject: Re: As I Already Told You, Celtics Interested In Gordon Hayward

So when the source you originally borrowed from comes back with the same info 
a couple months later repackaged in a different article that's proof that you 
knew what you were talking about?





On Tuesday, November 5, 2013 7:32 PM, Way Of The Ray <wayoftheray at yahoo.com> 
wrote:

Marc Stein:

The surprise of Extension Season was undoubtedly Utah's decision to let the 
July market decide the price for its new face of the franchise.
Contrary to some of the chatter out there, Hayward was not seeking the 
four-year max worth in excess of $60 million from Utah during the past 
month-plus of negotiations, but I'm convinced that's a legit possibility for 
him in the summer when he becomes a restricted free agent. There are too many 
Hayward fans in front offices around the league for the former Butler star not 
to cost the Jazz more later than a deal would have cost them now, given how 
many teams are projected to have cap space and knowing that the price tags on 
restricted free agents are always higher than they seemingly should be because 
the bidders are trying to dissuade the home team from matching.
>
>You'll recall that it's
not too far in the past that Eric Gordon landed a four-year max offer sheet in 
restricted free agency from Phoenix amid serious questions about his knees. 
The Suns and Boston Celtics -- just to name two franchises known to be big 
Hayward admirers with Jeff Hornacek and Brad Stevens running their respective 
benches -- are among those projected to have the cap space to put an 
uncomfortable offer on the table. Utah, of course, will have plenty of its own 
cap space to match a max offer if necessary, but doing a deal with Derrick 
Favors when Hayward might be an even bigger part of Utah's future ... struck 
me as curious to say the least.
Chris Forsberg:


The Celtics would seemingly have to do an awful lot of trimming this season to 
put themselves in position to be offering max deals this offseason.
That said, they do have that $10.3 million trade exception in their back 
pocket for potential sign-and-trade possibilities. Regardless, the 
Stevens-Hayward connection will leave Celtics fans dreaming of a Butler 
reunion in Boston.
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