https://twitter.com/KeithSmithNBA/status/1143322099890761734?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1143322099890761734&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fbleacherreport.com%2Fboston-celticsI think a worst case scenario is Thomas Bryant and Tomas Satoransky.
After Boston and Brooklyn swung their big trade, the Nets became famous for signing RFAs to big offer sheets.
It might be the Celtics turn at that game this summer, with chatter building that Malcolm Brogdon, Thomas Bryant and Tomas Satoransky are potential targets.
Disclaimer - it's Keith Smith. But this wouldn't surprise me, even though I'm not sure how "gettable" any of these guys really are as restricted free agents.
I'm not really interested in Satoransky, like at all. He'll be 28 before next season starts and will be significantly overpaid.
Bryant is interesting, though with Timelord already on the roster I'm not sure I'd pay him what he's going to make. I think Timelord's ceiling is higher, and he'll be significantly cheaper over the next three years.
Brogdon is the only one of the three that would be worth pursuing, though Milwaukee won't let him go and they'll likely have to overpay him to keep him. He may get close to $20M, which probably isn't worth it for him.
Still think the most likely scenario is something like trading for Adams and resigning Rozier (ugh). And, truth be told, with better chemistry, more room to strut their stuff for the Jays, and a full season post-injury for Hayward, I truly think this team could end up better than last year's team. That would not surprise me in the least.