2 most likely players to be next All-Stars for the Boston Celtics

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The Boston Celtics will have two of their players representing the franchise in this year’s All-Star game. Who might be the next two to receive such high honors down the road?

The NBA’s All-Star weekend is finally here and, as per usual, the Boston Celtics will have their presence felt in the festivities. For the first time since 2018 the franchise will be sending two of their talents to the  exhibition.

For Kemba Walker, this will be his fourth consecutive year — second as a starter — participating in the contest whereas for Jayson Tatum, it will be his first of what should be many.

As previously alluded to, a member of the Celtics taking part in All-Star weekend has been a very common phenomenon over the past several years. From 2002 to 2020 a Boston Celtic has been selected to the game in 16 of those seasons, with many of them consisting of more than one player.

With the fact that the team is chock-full of talents, both young and seasoned, a question that is currently on the Houdini’s mind is who might be next? Who could be next in line to be deemed worthy of representing the most winningest franchise in league history?

Could it be somewhere in the bevy of their young talents in Romeo Langford, Tremont Waters or — wishful thinking here — Tacko Fall?

Perhaps the next in command is one of their veteran talents such as Marcus Smart or Enes Kanter?

Heck, maybe it’s a player that’s not even on the team yet; a future draft pick or free agency acquisition.

Today, we will list the two most likely players — not participating in this year’s contest — that could represent the Boston Celtics in a future All-Star game.

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