The good news is, the Boston Celtics already find themselves with two top-flight talents in Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown to build a quality team around in an effort to contend for a championship at some point down the road.
The bad news is, they’re still trying to assemble said quality team around them.
As things currently stand, the shamrocks find themselves boasting a rather underwhelming sub-.500 record of 19-21, placing them down in the 10th seed within the Eastern Conference standings.
To be frank, there is a myriad of reasons why Boston has produced at such a lowly rate throughout the season thus far, with answers ranging from rookie mistakes made by head coach Ime Udoka to inconsistent production from their cornerstones.
That said, despite all this the C’s still have a chance to turn their year around, though, admittedly, they must act quickly and a way in which they can do this is by exploring their options on the trade market.
Over the past several months, fans and media outlets alike have all been thinking up deals that could potentially help improve the team in one way or another for a second-half push and, just recently, our sister site, Chowder and Champions, came up with 2 trade packages that they believe could better the team’s overall offensive punch.
With this piece, it inspired us at the Houdini to push out yet another installment of our favorite series we call “Pass or Pursue”, where we discuss whether or not the Boston Celtics should sit out on specific trade talks or if they should actively look to partake in them.
So, without further adieu, let’s get started: