Boston Celtics: 3 priorities for NBA Draft
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By Joshua Bateman

CHESTNUT HILL, MA – FEBRUARY 10: Danny Ainge looks on during an ACC match up between the Boston College Eagles and the Miami Hurricanes on February 10, 2018, at Conte Forum in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. The Eagles defeated the Hurricanes 72-70. (Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Three priorities for the Boston Celtics going into the NBA Draft

The Boston Celtics will be going into this year’s draft with a much different mentality than recent years. On top of the fact that the franchise is in a completely different and unique state, they also do not have a high pick for the first time in years.

You can always speculate about trading around, but you should not expect anything big this season. There is little sense in the Celtics blowing anything up to move up in the draft, so they will not be thinking about the most elite prospects.

That being said, the Celtics can still do a lot with this draft, and have things they need to work on. They are not going out there looking for a rookie that will be able to contribute right away, because they do not need...

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