Gordon Hayward intends to sign with Boston Celtics

Boston MA USA- Atlanta Hawks' Dennis Schroder guards against Boston Celtics' Isaiah Thomas during the first half on Sunday

With the Celtics, Hayward's only big immediate threat will likely be LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Nearly immediately after Haynes' report, fellow ESPN NBA writer Adrian Wojnarowski tweeted word from Hayward's agent saying the 27-year-old hadn't made a decision yet. The Celtics signed Al Horford previous year.

It appeared Gordon Hayward had made a decision Tuesday about where he would be playing next season.

It's no secret that the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat are fighting to get Gordon Hayward while the Utah Jazz ire fighting to keep him around.

There was a few references to previous free agency mishaps and more Hayward related jokes.

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After taking meetings with the Miami Heat and his incumbent Utah Jazz, Gordon Hayward ultimately decided that it would be in his best interest to sign with the Boston Celtics. Hayward reunites with Celtics coach Brad Stevens, who helped take his game to the next level during their two seasons together at Butler.

The fiasco reportedly is throwing off the remaining free agents, too. However, that also infers that prior to the meeting, there's a chance that Hayward's preference was elsewhere...and that's scary to say the least.

If it becomes official, it makes for the second-straight year that a valuable free agent made a decision on the Fourth of July holiday. The 28-year-old Thomas initially injured his hip during the third quarter of a game against the Minnesota Timberwolves on March 15.

Like previous year, when Kevin Durant announced he was joining Golden State, there are going to be some big National Basketball Association fireworks on the 4th of July.

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