Thesis: Lots of yall have talked about Hayward being misused as a 3 when his more natural, fruitful effort is at 2.
Antithesis: Pre-game show on KFAN featured Tom Nissalke and Phil Johnson. (They weren't specifically talking about Hayward.) Phil said, "2 or 3 are interchangeable on offense," and that distinction matters more on defense. Nissalke agreed.
Synthesis: ......your thoughts, friends.
[I'm inclined to agree with the experts (with respect to all yall) insofar as the Jazz offense (especially) includes passing and screening and cutting for just about everybody. They've been running a lot of flex in the couple of hours'-worth I've watched so far this year. Flex doesn't care who you are...if you run it for the entire shot clock, everyone gets a turn on the block, everyone gets a turn at the elbow, everyone at the wing. So is Hayward really being limited by the label "3"?]