The player tweeted, “To Charlotte, I can’t wait to start the next chapter of my career! I’m ready to play for another great organization with the Charlotte Hornets. ”
Hayward, 30, wore the colors of the Utah Jazz between 2010 and 2017 and the Boston Celtics between 2017 and 2020. “I know there have been some ups and downs, but I will always cherish my experience with Boston,” Hayward said. I’m forever grateful to have the opportunity to play with Boston in front of our loyal fans. ”
Hayward became a free player after rejecting Boston’s offer for next season for $ 34.2 million, knowing that he contracted with him in 2017 for $ 127.8 million. The injuries came from the start of his stay in Boston, then his average score of 17.5 points in the 2020 season with 6.4 rebounds and 4.1 assists, in the 52 matches he played during the season lost due to Corona virus.
The wanted player from the New York Knicks and Indiana Pacers, again missed the playoff roles in the Orlando Health Bubble, due to a sprained ankle in the opening game in the first round against the Philadelphia 76ers.
The negotiation period for the free players began last Friday, but contracts cannot be terminated before the transfer window opens
He returned in the Eastern District Final in the series, which the Celtics lost to the Miami Heat 2-4. The negotiation period for the free players began last Friday, but contracts cannot be terminated before the transfer window opens. Veteran distributor Ragon Rondo will join the Atlanta Hawks in a $ 15 million deal for two years.
Rondo, 34, is running his fifteenth season in the professional league with six different clubs, after his last two seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers, the title holder. Rondo thanked the Lakers, his colleagues and his fans Saturday for Instagram, “To the fans, thanks for welcoming me from day one and showing me the love. It was great to join the Lakers’ show and I’m proud to give you back. ”
Canadian Toronto Raptors appear close to renewing its four-year contract with its distributor Fred Van Fleet for $ 85 million.
Van Fleet, who came to the Raptors as a free-lance in 2016, played an active role in winning the only title in his history in 2019.