The Boston Celtics should refer to the SEC to fill out their roster with value additions in the 2021 offseason. Here are 4 prospects the Cs should consider.
When it comes to the Boston Celtics’ scouting moving forward, Hardwood Houdini is going to look out for the best possible fits…but naturally, my eyes are going to wander to the happenings of the SEC.
It just means more, after all.
Really the reason has to do with my affiliation with Fly War Eagle covering the Auburn Tigers. In recent trips to SEC Country, I have been able to catch some games on the Plains in addition to a nationally televised matchup between the LSU Tigers and the Florida Gators:
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Feeing like we got a cover here 😂 pic.twitter.com/DgAL3bTXUs
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While watching these contests, I thought about the Boston Celtics (as I always do). Being that the SEC is known for its fast-paced high-scoring action in basketball (and in 2020, football too), imagining these players in Beantown wasn’t a difficult exercise.
Because Danny Ainge is seemingly averse to trading draft picks–unless it has to do with dumping players the Houdini advocated trading for like Enes Kanter and Vincent Poirier–shifting the focus to who the team could draft is my new focus.
After drafting early-season hero Payton Pritchard, perhaps Ainge can find his next draft-day steal from the south. Here are 4 SEC targets the Cs should consider: