2017 Outlook: In a season in which his FG%, 3P%, FTA, AST, BLK, and STL averages all fell (albeit slightly in most cases), Hayward still managed to finish the 2015 season fourth among SGs on our player rater. That speaks to both the lack of depth at the position and Hayward's ability to provide strong value across the board, the exact reason you should feel good with him in the early rounds. The Jazz upgraded to George Hill at point guard and brought in Joe Johnson, moves that should help free up Hayward on the perimeter (the percentage of his FGA that have been uncontested has steadily be declining).
2017 Outlook: The 35-year-old Johnson will enter this season playing for the sixth team of his career, but the role is nothing new. Iso Joe will once again be a veteran presence that is asked to lead by example, as the Jazz really don't have many options that'll split SF duties with Johnson. He was a Top 80 player on our Player Rater last season, and while we expect some regression, Johnson is still worth a look when rounding out your roster.