That Plus/minus is good enough to be ranked 59th in the league for the 3-game period, and his True Shooting Percentage is 60.2%. As the tweet below indicates, the Celtics are 10.2 points better with him on the court since he moved to a bench role.
The Celtics have a +10.2 net rating over 108 minutes with Gordon Hayward on the court since he moved into a bench role.
— Jay King (@ByJayKing) November 28, 2018
For the last three games, Hayward is averaging 25.6 MPG, 11.7 PPG, 5.3 RPG, 3.7 APG, 1.0 SPG and 1.0 BPG – with only 1.7 turnovers per game. He is shooting 46% from the field, 33% on treys and 100% from the free throw line. Only three games his critics may scream. But they are the last three contests, and that is what matters. He is clearly not 100%, but should no longer be looked upon as being a detriment to winning.
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