Boston Celtics was horribly active on Thursday evening at the Barclays Center.
Celtics, who entered the NBA in 2019 with four total breaks, including three first rounds, managed to cope with their urgent needs while robbing their future assets. Boston strengthened his crime with the selection of Romeo Langford on the 14th overall before starting to trade with his next two rounds. When everything was said and done, they took away two more security guards, a meticulous power forward and a pick-up for the first round in 2020. They even managed to throw Aron Bains' salary because they want to create more space.
Given all this, ESPN is transferring Boston as one of the biggest winners in this year's project. 1
In the days preceding the project, there was not much to be excited about the Celtics. The expectation of Kyrie Irving's departure became stronger and Al Horford's plan to sign elsewhere in the free agency surprised a lot. But considering the franchise is being dealt on Thursday night, C fans have to be excited about the future of the franchise.
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