Terry has lottery interest, and with time to develop behind Kemba Walker, he could be Boston’s point guard of the future
Per The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor, Boston could be making a significant move ahead of the November 18th draft.
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?
Carsen Edwards struggled to adapt to the NBA game as a rookie, and now his future as a Celtic — and maybe as an NBA player — could be in question.
If a departure by Brad Wanamaker forces Boston to fill the void behind Kemba Walker, the Celtics might be better off using their draft picks elsewhere and giving Carsen Edwards the chance to earn...
The Celtics stagnated far too often with their second unit on the floor. Kira Lewis Jr. would change that.
Three CelticsBlog contributors sat down to discuss all the factors that shape Danny Ainge’s options for improving the roster
The Clippers, much like the 2017 Draft, have two second-round picks. While it’s rare to find starter-level, or sometimes even rotational talent with the 48th and 56th picks, there looks to be some...