|1st September, 2013||Lithuania||Signed a one year contract with Neptunas.|
|7th January, 2014||Lithuania||Released by Neptunas.|
|2009 - 2013||Butler (NCAA)|
|July 2013||Oklahoma City Thunder (Summer League)|
|September 2013 - January 2014||Neptunas (Lithuania)|
March 17, 2011
[...] Put simply, Hayward's star power was not replaced. Veasley was replaced; athletic hustling defensive-minded senior guard Shawn Vanzant simply stepped into a bigger role, and while he's smaller than Veasley and has less defensive versatility, he can be disruptive. Jukes was easily replaced; 6'11 sophomore Andrew Smith has gone from not playing at all to being a starter and a key player, an interior finisher, good rebounder and decent passer, whose defensive philosophy of tanding still with his hands up and being whistled for fouls can sometimes be useful. But Hayward? Hayward was not replaced.