The Boston Celtics have several critical decisions to make this offseason. Among them: What to do with all those draft picks?
The Celtics enter the 2019 NBA Draft with four selections, including three in the first round: No. 14, No. 20 and No. 22. Boston could acquire a solid talent with the 14th pick, but ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski suggested Tuesday night the team's other two first-rounders could be up for grabs.
"You’re going to see teams target those picks,” Wojnarowski said about the No. 20 and No. 22 picks on ESPN's NBA Mock Draft show, as transcribed by MassLive.com. "(The Celtics) don’t want to have three rookies on this team next season."
The C's have had large draft classes before, taking Jaylen Brown, Guerschon Yabusele and Ante Zizic in the first round just three years ago.