The C’s also have the 45th overall pick and could find decent value with the selection.
Who will Brad Stevens target at #45?
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Our third and final pick, Joe is a lethal shooter who can open up the floor for Tatum and company
Terry has lottery interest, and with time to develop behind Kemba Walker, he could be Boston’s point guard of the future
An unforeseen slide by a consensus top-5 pick was worth snagging regardless of need
An elite defender for his age, Vassell would help the Celtics wing defense move to elite status
Boston has plenty of scoring, so trading up for the perfect compliment to their core isn’t an outlandish idea
With two picks scheduled for late in the first round, there’s plenty of opportunity to add shooting to the wing group
With two picks scheduled for the end of the first round, could Danny Ainge find the new Brad Wanamaker in this range?
There aren’t a ton of elite big men in this draft class, but two in particular could be targets at the 14th pick.
With Boston sitting at #14, adding another shooter or strong-bodied wing would add to their positional versatility.
With Boston sitting at #14, Boston could find some immediate back court scoring to bolster their bench.