The Boston Celtics are yet again linked to a talented center rumored to potentially be on the move, this time in Utah Jazz All-Star Rudy Gobert.
Since their season ended a bit over a month ago, the rumor mill has constantly been spinning in regard to what the Boston Celtics may be inclined to do this offseason.
Despite finishing with the fifth-best record in the entire association and making it to their third Eastern Conference Finals appearance in four seasons, it’s evident that, if the Cs want to better position themselves to make it to their first NBA Finals in over a decade, they must make some changes.
Though the magnitude of said changes has ranged anywhere from big to small, the premise is still the same: something needs to happen this offseason.
One of the most talked-about routes in which the shamrocks could take is in the form of trades, where the media has had a field day in concocting specific hypothetical deals involving Beantown.
Recently, it was reported that the Cs have entertained the idea of potentially going after an upgrade at the center position in the form of Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert.
Frankly, the idea of trading for the All-Star is nothing new to the Houdini, as we’ve discussed the notion on numerous occasions, even most recently as three weeks ago.
Being that his name is once again linked to Boston, we’re here today to discuss the 2 most ideal trades that could potentially bring the talented 7-1 center to the Celtics: