Another former Jazz teammate takes jab at Gordon Hayward
Trevor Booker is the latest former teammate to comment on Gordon Hayward’s decision to join the Celtics.
Booker, who is currently with the Nets, recently threw a jab at Hayward for not wanting a “franchise on his shoulders.”
“Gordon’s a guy who doesn’t really want to be the man,” Booker said in an interview with The Salt Lake Tribune. “I’m not sure he wanted a franchise on his shoulders. Gordon’s a great player, and one of the best players in the league. But I wasn’t really surprised at his choice. I heard the rumors.”
Booker isn’t the first former teammate to come out against Hayward after his departure from Utah. Jazz center Rudy Gobert posted a video to Instagram, picturing him singing the words to singer Chris Brown’s “Loyal” following Hayward’s decision.
Interesting song choice — (via rudygobert27/Instagram Story) pic.twitter.com/MxHpnPjXW1
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 5, 2017
Hayward agreed to a four-year, $128 million deal with the Celtics on July 4, according to reports.
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