The tough thing to balance is that to beat Toronto, Milwaukee, maybe Philly now, and definitely Golden State is that we really need our current players playing at a high level; for Hayward that means at least 85% of his former all around self; right now he is well below that on defense and shooting/scoring. So the trick is balancing what will help speed him back to better effectiveness while balancing playoff seeding, development of Brown, Tatum, Rozier, as well as avoiding resentment from those guys as they see this 60% imitation of a player taking up their shots and playing time, and crunch time. We will see. I'm sure Brad has a plan. But perhaps if there is not obvious improvement from Hayward by game 20, maybe he goes to the bench, takes a 20% reduction in playing time, and Smart slots into the starting lineup, with Brown and Tatum getting more creating chances.