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Watch: Gordon Hayward messes up his Thanksgiving turkey in epic fashion

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Thanksgiving is a time for merry and celebration all across America but not much so at the Hayward household after the basketball star managed to botch up the traditional turkey. The family hounded the 30-year-old as he tried to carve up the mangled remains of the disaster. 

Gordon Hayward messed up his Thanksgiving turkey big time (New York Post/ Hardwood houdini)

The power forward’s wife Robyn proceeded to upload a video to Instagram where he is seen sporting an embarrassing look after how the turkey has turned out. The video was inscribed with the caption, “Is this how it is supposed to look?”

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Moving on, Robyn asked Gordon to show the inside of the odd-looking cooked turkey and the result was met with unanimous chatter and laughter from the entire family. Have a look at the entire video below:

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However, despite the setback, it all worked out well in the end as the Hayward family enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving meal.

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The only silver lining that can emerge from this disaster is Hayward’s brand new shiny four-year contract with the Charlotte Hornets can get him as many turkeys he wants on the holiday.

Hayward joins the Hornets in a deal worth $120 million 

After the player opted to walk out of his deal with the Celtics, Hornets poached him up in the free agency market with stern competition from the New York Knicks.

Hayward’s time with the Celtics ended up well below expectations after a rocky start. He suffered a fractured tibia and a dislocated ankle just five minutes into his debut for the franchise. Since then, he has reportedly missed 111 regular-season games and 31 playoff games.

Hayward seemed to be getting back to his best in the 2019-20 season after averaging  17.5 points, 6.7 rebounds and 4.1 assists while shooting 50.0% from the field and 38.3% on 3-pointers. However, injury struck again in the form of an ankle sprain right at the start of the playoffs. While he was able to return during the Celtics’ conference finals against Miami Heat, he could only chip in with a minimal capacity.

The move from Hornets has sprung up criticism from all corners and it is up to Hayward to combat the criticism, much like he is facing for his Thanksgiving turkey.

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