They should be able to pay Hayward, Gobert and Hood.
Jonathan Tjarks
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League trends would probably portend that a stretch four would be the candidate to replace Favors. Hood can serve in a lineup of death, but he’s too versatile to pigeon-hole to standing and waiting for short-corner threes.

The questions: how soon does Utah dangle Favors with two years remaining, and what does an expiring Favors with Bird Rights (I think) fetch on the trade market? Can he fetch 75 cents on the dollar, or is the market too narrow for a shortish brawler (compared with a D Cousins for ex) with limited shooting range.

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