Although the Boston Celtics have been plenty busy this offseason, it’s no sure thing that they’re done making moves.

The most recent move was the waiving of Guerschon Yabusele, which opened a roster spot on the new-look Celtics. But with salary cap space tight, is it possible that a trade could be in the works? Nobody really knows, but that hasn’t stopped folks from floating some ideas.

In a piece published on CBS Sports, Brad Botkin suggested four possible trades centered around Gordon Hayward. Most of these deals are focused around Hayward so that the Celtics can match money and still get a valuable player in return.

Here’s what he wrote.

The Celtics are heavy on wings and super light on bigs. Hayward is making $32 million this year and has a $34 million player option next year, meaning the money would work with, say, a deal for Kevin Love. Perhaps a deal with Houston centered on Clint Capela. Maybe something with OKC for Steven Adams. Would Orlando move off Mo Bamba and Evan Fournier to make the money work for a rejuvenated Hayward? That would make for a good team in Orlando, and the Celtics would get an immediate need and future building block in Bamba, with Fournier to replicate Hayward’s production.