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    @AndrewDBailey: Dunk contest wins Donovan Mitchell: 1 Gordon Hayward: 0

Gordon Hayward
Club
Boston Celtics
Nationality
Butler
Date Of Birth
23 March 1990
Position
F
Height
6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)
  • @drinkingtee: Gordon Hayward is another mad one ?? https://t.co/TyJpMKQQi1

  • @JFergusonAU: That was a Gordon Hayward-level break for Anfernee McLemore. Horrible.

  • @JimboRudding: Wow, Donovan Mitchell just won the dunk contest, Gordon Hayward can’t bring himself to say, “thanks” to Gail, and @derekf…

  • @BSiegel_CPP: Auburn center Anfernee McLemore just taken off the court on a stretcher after what seems to be a "Gordon Hayward" type leg…

  • Donovan Michells first dunk contest vs Gordon Hayward’s https://t.co/qQypvPXYqH
    18 Feb @ 4AM

  • Dunk contest wins Donovan Mitchell: 1 Gordon Hayward: 0
    18 Feb @ 1AM

  • That was a Gordon Hayward-level break for Anfernee McLemore. Horrible.
    17 Feb @ 10PM

  • Kyrie Irving asked about the possibility of Gordon Hayward returning on The Jump: "I don’t want him to rush back. We need…
    16 Feb @ 7PM

  • Doesn't mesh well with Rubio and they'd have to pay him crazy to stay after finding out Spida was a Gem and Joe Ingles gett…
    15 Feb @ 5AM

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  • NBA trade-deadline diary: Jazz guard Rodney Hood bracing for potential move; Mario Hezonja staying focused

    Utah Jazz guard Rodney Hood finds himself in a precarious position, a crossroads of a fourth-year guard balancing his own development and career destination. After losing Gordon Hayward to the Boston Celtics, Hood had appeared ready to become Utah’s premier wing player, but different visions of his value, a fluctuating role, injury issues and trade rumors have brought questions about his Jazz future. As Thursday’s trade deadline nears, teams are scouring the market.
    7 Feb @ 9PM

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  • Free agent Greg Monroe picks Boston Celtics over New Orleans Pelicans

    Free-agent center Greg Monroe, whose contract was recently bought out by the Phoenix Suns, will sign with the Boston Celtics for the remainder of this season, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wonjarowski. Monroe will reportedly sign a one-year, $5 million deal with the Celtics, who received an $8.4 million designated player exception following the horrific leg injury to All-Star forward Gordon Hayward. Greg Monroe will reportedly sign a one-year, $5 million deal with the Celtics.
    2 Feb @ 11PM

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  • Ainge: Timeline for Hayward's return hasn't changed

    BOSTON – There is no denying the progress that Gordon Hayward is making in his recovery from a dislocated left ankle injury suffered on opening night at Cleveland. MORE CELTICS - Blakely's takeaways from C's-KnicksAnd while there's a growing segment of
    1 Feb @ 6PM

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  • NBA trade deadline: Should Celtics make moves for a Finals push?

    With the fifth-youngest team in the NBA, the Boston Celtics have a roster that's far from a finished product. Now heading into the trade deadline having overachieved since they lost Gordon Hayward on Oct. 17, Boston will have two options: Stay conservative and roll with the current squad, or take a proactive approach knowing that a path to the NBA Finals looks open. The untouchables The one thing that we have learned from GM Danny Ainge during his tenure in Boston is that no player on the Celtics' roster is ever truly untouchable.
    1 Feb @ 6PM

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  • Suns agree to contract buyout with center Greg Monroe, sources say

    Greg Monroe has agreed to a contract buyout with the Phoenix Suns, clearing the way for him to become an unrestricted free agent, league sources told ESPN. The Boston Celtics and the New Orleans Pelicans have strong interest in Monroe and are expected to be at or near the top of his list, according to league sources. Boston has the advantage of using part of its $8.4 million disabled player exception gained after the Gordon Hayward injury?to sign Monroe, which would give them the ability to pay him more than teams that could only offer the veteran's minimum.
    1 Feb @ 5PM

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