This is really a question about Ainge's strategy for managing the team resources from here.
Will he see himself as having assembled everything he needs to storm the league next year, even if that means some assets will degrade (pending free agency/minutes crunches) when new contracts come due? Will the team just suck it up and pay the bills? Or, will he be proactive about managing his secondary core players, attempting to avoid major conflicts in minutes, roles and money? Will he keep the core chemistry intact, or take advantage if even bigger superstars become available? Does he think Jaylen and Jason need to be given the keys to the car?
Anyway, I want Wendell Carter or Jaren Jackson. Micheal Porter would be a fascinating experiment in changing the shape of the way the game is played. I personally don't see the utility of the Sac pick next year, and don't see Rozier being happy playing 20 minutes, so I don't mind overpaying for a great pick for a big man this year. Or we get Porter, and the league freaks out at the mad scientist experiment Ainge is running.