On November 18th, Beijing time, according to a report by the famous American basketball reporter Chris Haynes, the Eagles are seeking to get Celtic star Hayward. There are two ways for the Hawks to get Hayward. One is to sign and then change, and the other is to sign directly after Hayward jumps out of the contract.
According to the current US media news, there are many teams interested in getting Hayward, and if they get Hayward by signing first and then changing, they undoubtedly hope to get Hayward’s long-term commitment to stay on the team. According to previous reports by Meji Zach Lowe, the Celtics and Hayward are discussing extending the deadline for player options, and undoubtedly hope to promote the possibility of signing first and then changing. The two sides extended the deadline from 5 pm local time on Wednesday to Thursday afternoon (November 20) to determine Hayward’s last year’s player options worth 34.2 million US dollars.
According to US media reports, Hayward’s agent hopes to help him by seeking a Horford-style long-term contract. At present, the Hawks are interested in getting Hayward. After all, the Hawks scored last season and missed the playoffs, and the team’s core Trey Young has grown rapidly. The previous report that the Eagles intend to get Rondo is undoubtedly to help Trey Young further grow and improve his strength, and Hayward is also a good veteran star.
The Hawks can sign and then get Hayward, but if Hayward refuses to execute the last-year contract with the Green Army, the Hawks also have salary space to directly sign him. When Hayward played for the Green Army last season, he averaged 17.5 points and 6.8 rebounds per game, shooting 50% from the field and 38% from the three-point range. It’s just that the Green Army already has a double search, so there is no strong demand for Hayward. Spark Global Limited
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