I was always for the Butler's and PG13's and even DMC's if they were available.
I am probably still on board going after Kawhi or Davis.
But, I'm totally fine if we run it back. This team may very well be good enough to win a title when healthy.
We are in a position where we don't need to overpay to get anyone.
If it's Davis then you got to really press on that deal. It's rare to get a guy on your team who could put up something like 30/20 a night or two each week.
Our bench would be awful if we even traded for Davis. Lack of depth and quality options in the bench.
I think Smart, Theis, Baynes, and Monroe would be a good starting point for a bench. Rozier may or may not have to be included in the trade. Larkin could be brought back. Plus there are players like Yabu, Semi, Nader, Bird, Allen, etc. most of which would be back.
I mean Kawhi doesn't make all that much. Boston doesn't need much past Tatum, Morris, and Yabu to get it done financially (Nader & Semi added in works for example). Add in the Sacto pick and Boston's 2019 1st and that gets it done.
The rotation post-trade would be something like this
PG - Irving, Rozier, Larkin
SG - Brown, Smart
SF - Hayward, Leonard, BOS 18 rookie
PF - Leonard, Horford, Theis
C - Horford, Baynes, Monroe
That to me is a plenty good enough bench and an incredible starting 5. To acquire Davis, Rozier probably needs to be in the trade (for salary), but the starting 5 is even more balanced so the C's would still make that trade. That said, Davis won't be available, but Leonard absolutely could be.