What if we looked ahead to the 2023 NBA Draft?
Without a first-round selection, the Celtics will have to look in the second-round for projects in the upcoming seasons.
Celtics select JD Davison with 53rd pick
Davison played one season at Alabama
Draft targets: the insurance policy guys
If the Celtics prioritize trying to get a more NBA-ready prospect with the 53rd pick, we have a few ideas.
Draft targets: the international draft-and-stash pool
Without a ton of room on the roster, the C’s could be poised to make another long-term investment overseas
Draft targets: Coach Spins’ favorite developmental picks
Is there downside to swinging for the fences on a younger talent? There are a few who could be available with the 53rd pick.
NBA Draft Combine reveals potential 2nd round targets for Celtics
With the NBA Draft only about a month away, last week’s combine offered an opportunity to see some potential fits for the organization
March Madness: Celtics prospects to watch for
Based on roster needs and draft capital, who are some reasonable college players to get familiar with?
2021 draft profiles: Coach Spins’ favorite 2nd round fits
The C’s also have the 45th overall pick and could find decent value with the selection.
2021 draft profiles: wings galore
There’s a lot of depth at the wing spot in this draft. How many names would make sense for the Celtics at 16th?
2021 draft profiles: creating guards
As Kemba Walker ages, the need for an offensive focal point grows. Could this be the time to spend a mid-1st rounder on a lead guard?
2021 draft profiles: off-ball guards
Since Tatum and Brown are primary creators, getting more of a shot-maker than shot-creator in the backcourt would be wise for the Celtics
2021 draft profiles: swing forwards
Adding a versatile 4-man next to Tatum and Brown would make the C’s a massive and skilled group.
Celtics PRIDE podcast: CelticsBlog’s Adam Spinella previews the NBA Draft
Who will Brad Stevens target at #45?
2021 draft profiles: first-round centers
While Robert Williams seems primed for the starting center role, now might be the time to draft another big
2021 draft profiles: international first-rounders
Beneath a top tier of domestic prospects are a few overseas names with intrigue and standout skills
2021 draft profiles: A clear top-6
While unlikely the C’s trade their way up, there are six prospects who make this a potentially elite draft class
Celtics draft primer roundtable
CelticsBlog experts weigh in on how the C’s should approach the upcoming NBA Draft after trading away their first round pick.
March Madness: which Celtics draft prospects you need to see
A Boston-based guide of prospects to watch in the 2021 NCAA Tournament
SB Nation Blogger Mock Draft: The Boston Celtics select Isaiah Joe 30th
Our third and final pick, Joe is a lethal shooter who can open up the floor for Tatum and company
SB Nation Blogger Mock Draft: The Boston Celtics select Tyrell Terry 26th
Terry has lottery interest, and with time to develop behind Kemba Walker, he could be Boston’s point guard of the future
SB Nation Blogger Mock Draft: The Celtics select Obi Toppin 14th
An unforeseen slide by a consensus top-5 pick was worth snagging regardless of need
2020 draft profiles: trade-up candidate Devin Vassell
An elite defender for his age, Vassell would help the Celtics wing defense move to elite status
My totally uninformed NBA draft preview
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2020 draft profiles: trade-up candidate Tyrese Haliburton
Boston has plenty of scoring, so trading up for the perfect compliment to their core isn’t an outlandish idea
2020 draft profiles: international prospects
With three first-round picks, the Celtics will likely look to some draft-and-stash players.
2020 Draft Profiles: late first round bigs to target
With two picks scheduled at the end of the first round, can the Celtics stabilize their backup center spot through the draft?
2020 draft profiles: the case for RJ Hampton
A seemingly slept-on prospect, RJ Hampton could (and should) be a Celtics target at #14.
2020 draft profiles: late first round wings to target
With two picks scheduled for late in the first round, there’s plenty of opportunity to add shooting to the wing group
2020 draft profiles: late first round guards to target
With two picks scheduled for the end of the first round, could Danny Ainge find the new Brad Wanamaker in this range?
2020 Draft Profiles: Lottery bigs who could fit the Celtics
There aren’t a ton of elite big men in this draft class, but two in particular could be targets at the 14th pick.
2020 draft profiles: lottery wings who could fit the Celtics
With Boston sitting at #14, adding another shooter or strong-bodied wing would add to their positional versatility.
2020 draft profiles: lottery guards who could fit the Celtics
With Boston sitting at #14, Boston could find some immediate back court scoring to bolster their bench.
Celtics mock draft roundup
Who the draft experts think the Celtics will be picking at #14 and beyond.