An updated look at the Celtics' assets after trading the No. 1 pick

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An updated look at the Celtics' assets after trading the No. 1 pick

Post by 112288 on Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:05 pm

An updated look at the Celtics' assets after trading the No. 1 pick

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By A. Sherrod Blakely June 18, 2017 12:29 PM

BOSTON – The agreed upon trade between Boston and Philadelphia will add even more assets to the Celtics’ ever-increasing vault of draft picks which gives them the potential for growth as a franchise's development, both short and long-term.

Here’s an update on Boston's ever-expanding asset collection for the next six years.

2017

No. 3 overall pick (in Philly trade)

No. 37 (from Minnesota via Phoenix)

No. 53 (from Cleveland)

No. 56 (from the Los Angeles Clippers)



2018

Own 1st

Brooklyn 1st

Los Angeles Lakers 1st (if No. 2-5)

Own 2nd (if not 56+)



2019

Own 1st

Sacramento 1st (Only if ’18 Lakers pick isn’t received previously)

Memphis 1st (Maybe)*

Los Angeles Clippers 1st (if 15+)

Own 2nd (if not 56+)

Detroit 2nd



2020

Own 1st

Memphis 1st (Maybe)*

Los Angeles Clippers 1st (if 15+ and not received previously)

Own 2nd (If not 56+)

Miami 2nd



2021

Own 1st

Memphis 1st (Maybe, if not previously received)*

Own 2nd



2022

Own 1st

Memphis 1st (if not previously received)*

Own 2nd

Los Angeles Clippers 2nd (if not previously received)



*Memphis 1st will be received two years after they send one to Denver, but then only 9+ in 2019, 7+ in 2020, unprotected in 2021.

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Post by kdp59 on Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:31 am

thanks for this.
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Post by wideclyde on Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:58 am

This long list tells me that it is time to start using these picks to add to the 2018 and 2019 teams.

I would not think that even half of all these draft picks will ever be seen in a Boston Celtics game.

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Post by bobheckler on Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:22 am





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Re: An updated look at the Celtics' assets after trading the No. 1 pick

Post by bobheckler on Tue Jun 20, 2017 11:15 am

bobheckler wrote:



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We have 9, I believe, 1st round picks in the next 5 years.

That's insane. And what makes it even more nuts is that at least 2 of them are almost guaranteed to be high-quality lottery picks (Brooklyn's 2018 and either LA's 2018 or Sacto's 2019).


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Re: An updated look at the Celtics' assets after trading the No. 1 pick

Post by KyleCleric on Wed Jun 21, 2017 9:51 am

Smart has played 28 playoff games. Embiid and Simmons have combined for 31 games.

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