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Offline CelticsElite

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http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/19966213/rudy-gobert-utah-jazz-unhappy-how-gordon-hayward-left-team

Says Gobert, the guy who tweeted childish things and made dumb video after haywards decision singing profanities about his disloyalty (see: In the wake of Hayward's announcement, Gobert posted a video on Instagram of him singing along with Chris Brown's "Loyal." However, Gobert would not acknowledge that the video was a shot at Hayward's perceived disloyalty.)

Meanwhile Hayward wrote a nice and long thoughtful letter that showed he was a class act.
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When Gobert eventually leaves because he will after they are stuck in the middle of the West somebody will say the same about him. You can't please everybody.

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Watch this goof becomes irrelevant without a star carrying this bum on the offensive end.

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This guy is a great player but man.. people hype him up like he's Anthony Davis.

Can't wait to see him even more exposed with Utah now that they don't have Hayward.

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You know that tweet will come back at some point once he bolts for a different team himself in a few years.

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You know that tweet will come back at some point once he bolts for a different team himself in a few years.

Id say his giantism is going to get him a few all nba team appearances and thus and enormous contract that only Utah can give him so we'll never know...unless he doesnt make an all nba team.
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You know that tweet will come back at some point once he bolts for a different team himself in a few years.

Imagine if he comes to Boston...   :laugh:

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Diddums. I'm sure Gordy is so concerned about hurting Rudy's widdle fee-fees


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Boo hoo  :'(

Will be interesting seeing how many points Gobert can score without Hayward, considering his offensive game is shocking.

Poor Rudy.
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Diddums. I'm sure Gordy is so concerned about hurting Rudy's widdle fee-fees
lol

Re: Gobert: "I didn't like the way Hayward handled it (leaving the team)"
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I have no issue with Gobert taking issue with a teammate not telling his soon to be former teammates he was leaving. 
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Re: Gobert: "I didn't like the way Hayward handled it (leaving the team)"
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I have no issue with Gobert taking issue with a teammate not telling his soon to be former teammates he was leaving.
Why?  If he tells the whole team he's leaving before he announces it, someone will reveal it in a tweet before Hayward makes the announcement. 

Re: Gobert: "I didn't like the way Hayward handled it (leaving the team)"
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I have no issue with Gobert taking issue with a teammate not telling his soon to be former teammates he was leaving.
Why?  If he tells the whole team he's leaving before he announces it, someone will reveal it in a tweet before Hayward makes the announcement.
I got the impression he never talked to Gobert.  Even after it was official.
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Re: Gobert: "I didn't like the way Hayward handled it (leaving the team)"
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I have no issue with Gobert taking issue with a teammate not telling his soon to be former teammates he was leaving.
Why?  If he tells the whole team he's leaving before he announces it, someone will reveal it in a tweet before Hayward makes the announcement.

Maybe he did tell a teammate (not Gobert) and that was the "leak."

It makes more sense than anything else, in terms of the motives involved.

Re: Gobert: "I didn't like the way Hayward handled it (leaving the team)"
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I have no issue with Gobert taking issue with a teammate not telling his soon to be former teammates he was leaving.
Why?  If he tells the whole team he's leaving before he announces it, someone will reveal it in a tweet before Hayward makes the announcement.
I got the impression he never talked to Gobert.  Even after it was official.
Ah, ok.  Well if they were friends he probably would have told him.  I've seen tons of people just disappear and retire without telling most of the people they work with.  I always understood because maybe they just didn't want the attention.  That's how I imagine doing it many years from now.  Maybe tell a few that  people I'm close to, but I'm not going to go to every person that I don't care much about and have them tell me how sorry they are that I'm leaving.  Or beg me to stay.
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