Hill signs with the Kings, is a Hayward announcement imminent?

Former Utah Jazz point guard George Hill has reportedly accepted an offer from the Sacramento Kings on a three-year, $57-million dollar deal.

This represents a significant blow to the Jazz's hope of competing in a stacked Western Conference, and may be tied to Gordon Hayward's decision, impact it if not a sign of where he'll be next season outright. Hill is reportedly being joined by former Memphis Grizzlies' forward Zach Randolph on a two-year, $24 million dollar deal, which may also impact the value of the Boston Celtics' future assets, as the Celts may receive the Kings' 2019 first-round pick as part of the deal sending the overall top pick to the Philadelphia 76ers in this year's draft.

Stay tuned for more details connected to Hayward's free agency decision.

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