Hayward played the most of the four, earning a starting spot in his second year and averaging 11.8 points and 3.5 rebounds, while starting 58 of 66 games.
He plans to spend most of his summer in his hometown of Indianapolis working out.
Perhaps it's the bad memory of the last two playoff games when he made only 1 of 18 field goal attempts, but Hayward said his main goal in the offseason is "to become an elite-level shooter."
He also said he wants to "develop strength and use my athleticism to take it to the rim and get to the free-throw line some more."
All the obvious things he needs to work on.