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2021-22 Season Review: Gordon Hayward

Reflecting on Gordon Hayward’s season with the Charlotte Hornets is challenging. It produces the same feeling as waiting in line for ice cream, getting to the front, and finding out they only have pistachio left. It’s not awful, you’ll still take it, but it’s also not what you signed up for. And in all honesty, that analogy can be used to describe Hayward’s entire time in Charlotte.

NBA Trade Rumors: Gordon Hayward looking for a trade out of Charlotte?

NBA Trade Rumors: According to a recent report, Gordon Hayward could be looking for a trade out of Charlotte this offseason. The Charlotte Hornets took another step forward this season, finishing with a 43-39 record and 10th in the Eastern Conference standings. They faltered in the Play-In Tournament once again and didn’t qualify for the postseason, but the franchise has an exciting future thanks in large part to LaMelo Ball.
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Russell Westbrook trade rumors: Lakers wary of injury-prone targets, prefer Terry Rozier to Gordon Hayward

One would think that the old axion that "beggars can't be choosers" would apply to any team trading Russell Westbrook at this stage of his career, but after getting dealt three times in the past three offseasons, the Los Angeles Lakers apparently feel comfortable being picky as they figure out what to do with their enigmatic point guard. The declining star on a $47 million contract for next season is not exactly coveted league-wide, but according to Marc Stein, the Lakers are not going to make just any trade.

Los Angeles Lakers Are Unlikely To Accept Gordon Hayward For Russell Westbrook Trade

View the original article to see embedded media. The Los Angeles Lakers need to do something about their roster going into next season if they are expecting results to change. Role players are certain to come and go while Frank Vogel has already departed. The biggest question mark is about the future of Russell Westbrook, and a trade we predicted a while back, Russell Westbrook to the Charlotte Hornets in a deal involving Gordon Hayward is now being discussed by NBA insiders.

Lakers Unlikely To Trade Russell Westbrook For Gordon Hayward

The Los Angeles Lakers are widely expected to trade Russell Westbrook this offseason. It's also expected that any deal involving Westbrook will bring back long-term salary to Los Angeles. Despite being rumored to have interest in trading Westbrook to the Charlotte Hornets, it's unlikely the Lakers will take back Gordon...

3 Intriguing Trade Destinations For Hornets’ Gordon Hayward

It has been yet another injury-plagued 2021-22 NBA season for Gordon Hayward, who has been unable to remain on the floor during his time with the Charlotte Hornets. Hayward played in 49 games this season. He returned to the lineup in early April but re-injured his foot. It is a shame that Hayward has seen this problem countless times because he has plenty left on the floor.

Gordon Hayward Could Not Live Up To The Money In Charlotte

In November of 2020, Gordon Hayward signed a four-year, $120 million deal with the Charlotte Hornets. It was a major move for the team and created a huge splash in the NBA market. At the time, some people thought the signing was smart because Hayward was averaging 17.5 points, 6.7...

Gordon Hayward has a bone chip in his foot

Rod Boone: Gordon Hayward said he has a bone chip in his foot and that caused it to not heal as fast as it should. Said his ankle has felt fine. It’s the chip that’s bothered him. He said he’s been told the best method for recovery was to get his foot in a cast so he can stay off of it.

Now is the time the Hornets should trade Gordon Hayward

With the regular season done and the play-in on the horizon, the Charlotte Hornets find themselves stuck in the same spot as last year, despite being a noticeably improved team. Being the 10 seed means the Hornets must win two games to make the playoffs. Last year’s squad got humiliated...

The Blockbuster Trade That Could Happen This Summer: Russell Westbrook To Charlotte Hornets, Gordon Hayward And Kelly Oubre Jr To Los Angeles Lakers

There is no secret that the Lakers want to move on from Russell Westbrook, and the team emerging as the likely landing spot for the former MVP is none other than the Charlotte Hornets. Michael Jordan’s team is interested in the services of Westbrook, and that could be very good news for Lakers fans and the Lakers organization. After a season filled with frustration and poor play, moving on from Westbrook would be the right step in the right direction.