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Last Call: Vote On How The Boston Celtics Will Use The Sixth Pick In The NBA Draft!

Attention, Boston Celtics fans:

Time is running out for you to vote on how the Cs will use the sixth pick in the NBA Draft in our post-lottery Mock Draft here at Hardwood Houdini!

To make things easier for you, here is the link to the original post.  I plan on closing the poll tomorrow, so if you have not voted yet, get it done before it is too late!

As of right now, 39% of readers who have voted feel that the Celtics should trade the pick, either in an effort to move up in the draft or as part of a trade that would bring a big-name player such as Kevin Love into TD Garden.  However, with news that the Sacramento Kings would be willing to trade for Kevin Love, one has to wonder how many teams will ultimately get into the Love sweepstakes, and whether the Celtics really have enough to offer the Minnesota Timberwolves to part ways with their All-Star forward.

As far as players who have entered the NBA Draft, the highest vote-getter is currently power forward Noah Vonleh out of Indiana.  Vonleh is someone I would definitely lean toward picking over Julius Randle from the University of Kentucky, should the Celtics wind up retaining the sixth pick.

There is still time to let your opinion be known: vote, and keep your eyes peeled for our official post-lottery mock draft coming later this week!

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