SAN DIEGO — The Utah Jazz owners, managers, coaches and more are traveling to San Diego Monday to meet with the Haywards and make their free-agency pitch.
The Haywards have a second home in San Diego, and Vivint Arena and the Jazz practice facility are under construction.
The Heat and the Celtics both did their best to lure Gordon Hayward away over the weekend.
Deseret News Jazz beat writer Jody Genessy says the Jazz will make a case for family, loyalty, and building a legacy. You can hear his live interview on KSL Newsradio by clicking play above.
The Jazz also just signed Ricky Rubio and re-signed Joe Ingles to a big contract, which may sway Hayward into staying.
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