ESPN just came out with new Mock Draft.
Had us taking Hampton at 14. Nesmith (11), Williams (12) and Vassell (13) off the board.
This is how they describe Hampton pick:
"With Kemba Walker at age 30 and a lack of depth behind him at guard, the Celtics could look at adding some backcourt talent, which is considered the strength of this draft class. Hampton is one of the best athletes in this draft and has significant upside to grow into long-term."
This is my theory as to why we should draft Kira Lewis, who they have being taken at 20 by the Heat.
Had us taking Robert Woodard at 26. Reason:
At 6-7, 230 pounds with a 7-1 wingspan, huge hands and a greatly improved shooting stroke, Woodard could give Brad Stevens additional depth at the combo forward spot. Woodard's weaknesses as a shot-creator would be mitigated on a Celtics team that is flush with ballhandling, allowing him to lock into a role as a 3-and-D forward.
And taking Udoka at 30. Reason:
When Al Horford walked, the Celtics experimented by turning to undersized Daniel Theis to start at center. Danny Ainge might look to add a different dimension to the frontcourt in Azubuike, a unique physical presence with at 270 pounds with a 7-foot-8 wingspan and 9-foot-4 standing reach.
ESPN has the most intel of all the draft boards, as it run by the guys who used to run Draft Express, Jonathan Givony and Mike Schmitz. So while not set in stone, I give credence to their views.