After falling short in the Eastern Conference Finals for the third time in four seasons, the Boston Celtics will enter this unique offseason once again seeking an extra piece to their lineup that can push them over the edge...
2020 free agency may dictate that true impact players can be had at below-market rates. If this is the case, the Boston Celtics could sign these undervalued stars…and push Gordon Hayward or Daniel Theis to the bench.
The Boston Celtics are making their rounds when it comes to pre-draft interviews. Most recently, they met with Kentucky guard Immanuel Quickley. Being that the Boston Celtics currently hold the rights to 3 first-round picks in this year’s NBA Draft, the front office is likely to be quite busy come the illustrious event.
The Houdini believes the Boston Celtics should look into adding these two future potential draft-day steals over the next few years. While the Boston Celtics currently have a unicorn on the roster, they could stand to add at least one more in the coming seasons.
Bleacher Report views only one of the “Jays” on the Boston Celtics as a building block in the NBA, and the Houdini is irate. It’s no secret that many around the association believe the Boston Celtics possess one of the most talented duos of youngsters in Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown.
The Boston Celtics haven’t proven to be able to break through with what they have. In an increasingly competitive Eastern Conference, the Cs may have to pursue core-splitting deals to improve this offseason.
With Brad Wanamaker hitting restricted free agency, the Boston Celtics must gauge his value by observing the open market. Brad Wanamaker is the lone official Boston Celtics free agent this offseason, as he enters restricted free agency off of his second year in green.
The Boston Celtics are heading home from the bubble after being eliminated from the NBA Playoffs for the sixth consecutive year. Unfortunately, it might not be the only reason for the Celtics to be concerned.
Tatum gave nearly all he could for the Celtics throughout the postseason, averaging 25.7 points, five assists and 10 rebounds per game while shooting 43.4 % from the field and 37.3 % from beyond the arc.
As LFO once sang, “The great Larry Bird jersey number 33.” There have been many accolades for the man they call Larry Legend that go beyond being name dropped by the fourth or five most popular boy band of the turn of the millennium.
If the Celtics are unable to come back from a 3-1 deficit to knock off the Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals, they may not be able to help looking back on a pair of 50-50 outcomes from past drafts that didn’t go in their favor.