Pacers interested in Gordon Hayward, should Celtics trade him? – Garden Report

    Ian Begley reported that the Pacers remain interested in acquiring the Celtics forward. The Garden Report discussed the case for trading him.

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    The Pacers reportedly still have interest in acquiring Gordon Hayward from the Celtics according to SNY's Ian Begley. The report continued a month of speculation that Boston could find willing trade partners if Hayward opts into his $34 million player option. Trading Hayward would allow the Celtics to fill out $30 million in salary they would not get back should Hayward depart after the 2021 season. Boston could also work out a long-term deal with Hayward if he opts out, but his injury history makes that a risky proposition. John Zannis, Josue Pavon, Jimmy Toscano and Bobby Manning discussed how to best handle Hayward's free agency on the Garden Report. The CLNS Media Network is the leading provider for video/audio content. CLNS is a fully credentialed member of the media with access to all NFL/NBA/NHL/MLB teams & venues.———————————————————————————VISIT US AT https://clnsmedia.comFor CLNS Media Production Studio, go to http://youtube.com/clnsmediaFollow CLNS Media on Twitter – @CLNSMediaFollow CLNS Media on Facebook – http://facebook.com/clnsmediaFollow CLNS Media on INSTA – http://Instagram.com/clnsmediaDownload the FREE CLNS Media mobile app for iOS & GooglePlay

    The Pacers reportedly still have interest in acquiring Gordon Hayward from the Celtics according to SNY’s Ian Begley. The report continued a month of speculation that Boston could find willing trade partners if Hayward opts into his $34 million player option. Trading Hayward would allow the Celtics to fill out $30 million in salary they would not get back should Hayward depart after the 2021 season. Boston could also work out a long-term deal with Hayward if he opts out, but his injury history makes that a risky proposition. John Zannis, Josue Pavon, Jimmy Toscano and Bobby Manning discussed how to best handle Hayward’s free agency on the Garden Report.