[The Ringer] "What I've had multiple league sources tell me the past few days is that Gordon Hayward would be the name to watch going back to the Pacers in any type of deal between those two [For Myles Turner]."

Source Interesting piece from the The Ringer podcast yesterday where Kevin O'Connor & Jonathan Tjarks are discussing possible landing spots for Myles Turner. Per there understand, Indiana is looking for Gordon Hayward in return if they are to land on a deal with Charlotte for Myles Turner. Wanted to hear some thoughts on this from people. As a Hornets fan myself, I think it makes sense for the Hornets. It's pretty obvious how big of a role Hayward has on this team even without being the primary scoring option these days, but he Hornets have many upcoming players that need paid if they are to be retained (Miles, PJ, Martin) and this would free up a substantial amount of cap space for them looking forward and let them retain a few more younger players as well as give them the defensive anchor in the paint they've been looking for. Do you think this trade makes sense for both teams or would you be hesitant? submitted by /u/HGaudio[visit reddit] [comments]

[The Ringer] "What I've had multiple league sources
tell me the past few days is that Gordon Hayward would be the name
to watch going back to the Pacers in any type of deal between those
two [For Myles Turner]."
Source Interesting piece from the The Ringer podcast yesterday where Kevin O'Connor & Jonathan Tjarks are discussing possible landing spots for Myles Turner. Per there understand, Indiana is looking for Gordon Hayward in return if they are to land on a deal with Charlotte for Myles Turner. Wanted to hear some thoughts on this from people. As a Hornets fan myself, I think it makes sense for the Hornets. It's pretty obvious how big of a role Hayward has on this team even without being the primary scoring option these days, but he Hornets have many upcoming players that need paid if they are to be retained (Miles, PJ, Martin) and this would free up a substantial amount of cap space for them looking forward and let them retain a few more younger players as well as give them the defensive anchor in the paint they've been looking for. Do you think this trade makes sense for both teams or would you be hesitant? submitted by /u/HGaudio[visit reddit] [comments]