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Re: Hayward Is NOT Getting Traded
« Reply #75 on: June 19, 2018, 12:13:38 PM »

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Celtics fans tend to vastly overstate the impact Hayward has on the court.  The Jazz let him walk for literally nothing and saw a whopping three win difference in their season record as a result.  The Celtics lost him in the first game of the season and still made it to game seven of the eastern conference finals.

Hayward is a nice guy, but as the 4th highest paid player in the NBA is wildly overpaid and happens to play the same position as the Celtics two best young players.  He's probably the player management would like to trade most.

Jazz let him walk for free? Lol.

I know right? "Let him walk for nothing" like literally every free agent in the history of the NBA...

I mean, they are called FREE agents for a reason.

Re: Hayward Is NOT Getting Traded
« Reply #76 on: June 19, 2018, 12:16:49 PM »

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People always say this but I think they're wrong.

1. Players would know DA is ALWAYS trying to make the Cs as great as they can.

2. FA that sign would just have to negotiate a no trade clause - THAT SIMPLE

3. DA would only trader Hayward to a good situation and players would know that

That impossible, actually. A free agent cannot sign with a new team and include a no-trade clause in the contract. Ever.

Re: Hayward Is NOT Getting Traded
« Reply #77 on: June 19, 2018, 12:21:39 PM »

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Hayward is not getting traded. Stevens might leave if that was the case.
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Re: Hayward Is NOT Getting Traded
« Reply #78 on: June 19, 2018, 12:41:03 PM »

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Celtics fans tend to vastly overstate the impact Hayward has on the court.  The Jazz let him walk for literally nothing and saw a whopping three win difference in their season record as a result.  The Celtics lost him in the first game of the season and still made it to game seven of the eastern conference finals.

Hayward is a nice guy, but as the 4th highest paid player in the NBA is wildly overpaid and happens to play the same position as the Celtics two best young players.  He's probably the player management would like to trade most.

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Re: Hayward Is NOT Getting Traded
« Reply #79 on: June 19, 2018, 02:50:30 PM »

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People always say this but I think they're wrong.

1. Players would know DA is ALWAYS trying to make the Cs as great as they can.

2. FA that sign would just have to negotiate a no trade clause - THAT SIMPLE

3. DA would only trader Hayward to a good situation and players would know that

That impossible, actually. A free agent cannot sign with a new team and include a no-trade clause in the contract. Ever.

Unless the new team is one hes played for for 4+ seasons before.


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Re: Hayward Is NOT Getting Traded
« Reply #80 on: June 19, 2018, 05:29:18 PM »

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People always say this but I think they're wrong.

1. Players would know DA is ALWAYS trying to make the Cs as great as they can.

2. FA that sign would just have to negotiate a no trade clause - THAT SIMPLE

3. DA would only trader Hayward to a good situation and players would know that
how does alienating any future free agent from considering the Celtics make the Cs great

Re: Hayward Is NOT Getting Traded
« Reply #81 on: June 19, 2018, 05:58:53 PM »

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People always say this but I think they're wrong.

1. Players would know DA is ALWAYS trying to make the Cs as great as they can.

2. FA that sign would just have to negotiate a no trade clause - THAT SIMPLE

3. DA would only trader Hayward to a good situation and players would know that

That impossible, actually. A free agent cannot sign with a new team and include a no-trade clause in the contract. Ever.

Unless the new team is one hes played for for 4+ seasons before.
So, in other words, unless someone pulls a Lebron, then they can't get a no trade clause.😉😂

Re: Hayward Is NOT Getting Traded
« Reply #82 on: June 19, 2018, 06:51:25 PM »

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People always say this but I think they're wrong.

1. Players would know DA is ALWAYS trying to make the Cs as great as they can.

2. FA that sign would just have to negotiate a no trade clause - THAT SIMPLE

3. DA would only trader Hayward to a good situation and players would know that

That impossible, actually. A free agent cannot sign with a new team and include a no-trade clause in the contract. Ever.

Unless the new team is one hes played for for 4+ seasons before.

In which case it's not a new team. It's a previous team.

Re: Hayward Is NOT Getting Traded
« Reply #83 on: June 19, 2018, 06:56:30 PM »

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As many have said, If Hayward gets traded it makes Stevens look really bad. And future FA will never look at Boston again.

He's here to stay.

Re: Hayward Is NOT Getting Traded
« Reply #84 on: June 19, 2018, 06:57:05 PM »

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I am usually all about the laundry.  I don't care who gets traded as long as the C's are better for it.  BUT... in the case of trading Hayward (or even Horford), it really doesn't feel right to me.  It's a business and all, but there is a good faith ethics that applies when you sell and sway a person to sign away from their original team.  It would take me about an hour to get over it (especially if they nabbed Leonard), but I'd have to say it ain't right.

Re: Hayward Is NOT Getting Traded
« Reply #85 on: June 19, 2018, 07:02:22 PM »

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As many have said, If Hayward gets traded it makes Stevens look really bad. And future FA will never look at Boston again.

He's here to stay.

If Hayward gets traded, I really think Stevens would be upset and peeved, but then he'll come to his senses and understand its a business. Ultimately, Ainge is out to get the best interests at heart despite whatever negative connotations may swing his way.

The thing you have to realize though, when Tatum eventually gets his rookie max extension, I would definitely keep him over Hayward, although I would like to keep both.
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Re: Hayward Is NOT Getting Traded
« Reply #86 on: June 19, 2018, 07:21:26 PM »

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As many have said, If Hayward gets traded it makes Stevens look really bad. And future FA will never look at Boston again.

He's here to stay.

If Hayward gets traded, I really think Stevens would be upset and peeved, but then he'll come to his senses and understand its a business. Ultimately, Ainge is out to get the best interests at heart despite whatever negative connotations may swing his way.

The thing you have to realize though, when Tatum eventually gets his rookie max extension, I would definitely keep him over Hayward, although I would like to keep both.
trading Hayward after he takes a paycut to come before he even plays 1 game for us alienates any future free agent

It isn't a business move, its backstabbing scam

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« Reply #87 on: June 19, 2018, 07:42:47 PM »

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The trade would most likely have to be tipped to the Celtics favor for the Celtics to trade a favorite player of their valuable coach.

Kawhi rental? No
PG rental? Nah
Lebron rental? begrudgingly

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« Reply #88 on: June 19, 2018, 07:44:46 PM »

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As many have said, If Hayward gets traded it makes Stevens look really bad. And future FA will never look at Boston again.

He's here to stay.

If Hayward gets traded, I really think Stevens would be upset and peeved, but then he'll come to his senses and understand its a business. Ultimately, Ainge is out to get the best interests at heart despite whatever negative connotations may swing his way.

The thing you have to realize though, when Tatum eventually gets his rookie max extension, I would definitely keep him over Hayward, although I would like to keep both.
trading Hayward after he takes a paycut to come before he even plays 1 game for us alienates any future free agent

It isn't a business move, its backstabbing scam

I concur. You can do that to Isaiah Thomas and IDC (guy was already hurt and been running his mouth about a brinks truck). But you don't do that to Gordon Hayward. He's got the Brad Stevens close connection. He took a paycut to come here. He had his family migrate over to Boston. And you just dump him without him playing one full regular season game over some guy who will 99% bolt to the Lakers the following year, and that we don't even know if he will return to his pre-injury form.

Hayward is here to stay.

Re: Hayward Is NOT Getting Traded
« Reply #89 on: June 19, 2018, 07:48:51 PM »

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I can't see any way the Celts trade any of their best players for Kawhi, not because he isn't a great player, but because he's going to be a free agent, he's coming off a season ending injury, and it seems like he really wants to play in LA. They simply can't afford to trade away valuable assets for a rental, no matter how great he is.