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Published: Wednesday, June 25 2014 11:33 p.m. MDT

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rvalens2
Burley, ID

"If Hayward doesn't get a new deal from Utah or another team, he's set to earn $4.7 million in his fifth season."

Someone is going to offer Hayward a lot more than $4.7 million dollars. The offers are going to be more than double that and quite likely more.

scalman
Temecula, CA

Hayward will get offers from other teams, and the Jazz will match if they are wise.

Man in Charge
Chihuahua, 00

I just hope he isn't overpaid. If Boston is dumb enough to Pay $14 million a year, they deserve him.

Americanvet
Ivins, UT

@rvalens2
not sure where the comment you quoted came from. Hayward s rookie contract has expired and there is no $4.7 million coming to him if he's not signed. He will surely sign for much more than that either with the Jazz or another team that is willing to overpay him. In my view he is worth no more that what Favors signed for last year and if another team offers him more let them have at him. His shooting is getting worse not better. After 5 years he should be more productive than what he has shown us. Good all around player, but not worth breaking the bank over.

TerryHaimes
Sturgis, MS

If Hayward wants out of Utah, he will sign the qualifying offer of $4.7 mil. I think he and his new Bride can get by on that.

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