Teams with multiple 2nd round draft picks:
Might there be an opportunity for them to buy a pick or two and hope they strike it rich with a bench contributor?
Now that Kyrexit is here, I wonder what Ainge could have gotten at the deadline. Completely understand why no move was made since there was a potential playoff run and AD was still in play but probably could have gotten a future 1st from somebody.
Agreed. Unless there is a surprise trade for Conley or something, bringing Rozier back on a Smart type deal seems reasonable for both sides. Rozier gets his starting role and Celtics keep their asset.
That’s a good starting 5 and you’d have Smart and Baynes...
Yup. This is a more accurate grouping. Tatum is in a league of his own. Brown and Memphis are comparable and priority depends on how teams value them. Brown is a known quantity and still has upside but he gets really expensive soon. Memphis is a lottery ticket with significant upside but also a...
They do have the regular season wins record, which adds to the legacy. 12 years later, people don’t doubt how great the 2007 Pats were. Dubs will have 3-4 HOF players and maybe a HOF coach. I think their legacy as a Tier 1 NBA dynasty is secure.
Memphis definitely doesn’t equal Tatum and i wasn’t trying to suggest that but I think it’s definitely a Tier 1 asset for a rebuilding team. The supply of minimally protected picks of expected bad teams is incredibly small.
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