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One day the Celtics will roll out their KFC bucket lineup: all wings.
Quote from: Sophomore on June 08, 2018, 10:09:24 AMOne day the Celtics will roll out their KFC bucket lineup: all wings.You know I’m a fan of the all wing lineup. I also want to see the all-PG lineup with Smart at center.
Anyone can give me a summary of bigs we've worked out and expressed interest in that are realistically available with our pick? TP to whoever that can help .
Quote from: Somebody on June 08, 2018, 09:36:09 AMAnyone can give me a summary of bigs we've worked out and expressed interest in that are realistically available with our pick? TP to whoever that can help .To date it looks like Preston and Spellman are the only bigs who the Cs have worked out that have stayed in the draft. Spellman could be a realistic pick at #27 and Preston would be a surprise.
https://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/celtics/2018/06/06/through-busy-postseason-celtics-scouting-crew-stayed-its-game/3Qh6YDdZEToS3B1lEXIUPK/amp.html?__twitter_impression=trueThis article estimates the Cs have had in 50 prospects. This thread has 34 accounted for....
“In 2008, we were unprepared for how we’d handle a deep playoff run [scouting-wise],” Celtics assistant general manager Mike Zarren said. “We got through it, but we just hadn’t planned out what was going to happen.“We didn’t have as big of a group then as we have now in terms of scouts and data people. There’s just a lot of stuff to do, and if you don’t plan it well, it’s very hard to get everything done.”
“We try to prepare for the whole draft every year,” Ainge said.
Update. Alkins added
Quote from: CFAN38 on June 11, 2018, 06:23:03 PMUpdate. Alkins addedWoot, woot! TP .
updated added Allonzo Trier, he appears to be part of the Grayson Allen workout today (6/8)