It’s the first meeting between the two teams in 13 years, and the first home game for one side since 1991.
No matter where they wind up selecting, the Celtics will have to balance the need to fill out their roster with the realities of who might be available with their pick.
On a team full of talented scorers, adding a backup point guard with a pass-first mentality would be the best option for the Celtics.
With two picks scheduled for the end of the first round, could Danny Ainge find the new Brad Wanamaker in this range?
With Boston sitting at #14, Boston could find some immediate back court scoring to bolster their bench.
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