It’s no secret the Boston Celtics are in need of some help down low. However, the team very likely could use one of their draft picks on positions elsewhere. Being
The 2019-20 season has been kind to the Boston Celtics. Despite a plethora of injuries the team has managed to make the most of the hand they’ve been dealt.
Leading up to the March 11th COVID-19 induced hiatus, the C’s found themselves running towards their sixth consecutive postseason appearance. Through 64 games the Brad Stevens-led shamrocks were boasting a record of 43-21, notching them the third seed in the Eastern Conference and the fifth best record in the entire association.
The team saw two of their players represent the franchise in the year’s All-Star game — Kemba Walker and Jayson Tatum — and were amongst the upper echelon of teams with a legitimate chance of contending for this season’s Larry O’Brien Trophy.
And, while the season has been a true bright spot for the C’s and it’s fanbase, perhaps just as bright is their offseason prospects, specifically during this upcoming NBA Draft.
Thanks to a handful of savvy trades over the years the Boston Celtics have accumulated a total of 13 draft picks since 2013 — these numbers extend into the 2020 draft.
Come the illustrious night, Boston will find themselves on the clock three times. We’ve discussed a few general prospects we believe Danny Ainge should keep an eye on come draft night, but today we’ll be discussing two guards the Celtics should keep on their radar to help bolster their backcourt in the second unit: