I have seen many posters complain about the wing logjam. Some feel we have to start players out of position to enable to play Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum and Gordon Hayward together as they're too good for the bench. Others see the need for a center (or a power forward) who can help re-balance the roster.
If the Celtics want to solve this 'problem' then Brown seems the odd man out to me, since Tatum is our wing with the most potential (according to most) and the trading value of Hayward is at an all-time low. But maybe you want to take the biggest asset (Tatum) to get the best big man possible? Or you feel that Hayward unfortunately just has to go and you'll take anything that you can get?
My question is: Who do you want for either Brown/Tatum/Hayward and is realistically available (perhaps with Smart or picks involved)?
Make your case with trading details and why you want that specific player.
(myself don't want to trade Brown or Tatum or Hayward unless it's for an almost guaranteed All Star, which is probably unrealistic, but I'm curious what other fans want and find acceptable)