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Gordon Hayward, Utah Jazz
After being picked ninth overall in the 2010 NBA Draft by the Utah Jazz, Gordon Hayward enjoyed a solid, if not great, summer league performance. Despite his strong play in the summer league, Hayward has struggled in the preseason for the most part.
The clouds lifted away, though, in a win versus the defending champion Lakers, in which Hayward scored 26 points in 33 minutes while making eight of ten field goals and ten of eleven free throws. Critics have been calling Hayward a likely bust, but based on his most recent preseason performance, he could be a very strong contributor for the Jazz.
Martell Webster, Minnesota Timberwolves
Webster can flat out score, and he's proved that during the preseason. He's averaged over 12 points per game while shooting 46% from both the field and three point range. After struggling to get minutes throughout his first few seasons on a stacked Blazers squad, the former lottery pick should benefit from a change of scenery.