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Paul George and Gordon Hayward are apparently equal in skill and production...

http://www.slcdunk.com/2013/2/8/3964532/is-paul-george-better-than-gordon-hayward

Did anybody catch this over at SLC Dunk? While I haven't seen Hayward enough times to determine what kind of impact he will truly have for the Jazz, and I do believe it's foolish for Corbin to have him coming off the bench instead of starting, I can't see how the two compare, despite the post's author claiming their PER's are rather similar.

Hayward gets to the charity stripe with more frequency and attacks the rim in a way I wish PG would, but when you start claiming Hayward is as good a defender as PG .... child, please. You obviously don't watch Pacer games and focus on the highlights they air on Sportscenter.

What do you all think?

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