Originally posted on Celtics Life  |  Last updated 5/11/13
In the first part of our draft analysis we looked at possible big men the Celtics could draft with the 16th overall pick. The Celtics certainly need size, but they also need someone who can handle the ball. If there was one thing to take away from Boston's first round exit, it's that without Rajon Rondo the Celtics have no one to take care of the ball and need a legit point guard on the bench. Also, if Avery Bradley does not improve offensively, Boston could be looking for a backup plan at shootig guard. It's hard to imagine Boston using their first round pick for a player who won't see much playing time when Rondo returns or will be a platoon player at best, but it's a glaring need nonetheless. Archie Goodwin - SG, Kentucky, 18, 6'5", 195 lbs. Goodwin has all the physical attributes to be a very good SG in the league with his 6'5" height and ridiculous 6'10" wingspan. He would be a great running mate of Rondo's as he is fast and a good finisher around the basket. At 18 years o...
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