Trade season is upon us in the NBA and with the league’s new collective bargaining agreement about to be made official, there’s a good chance the months of January and February will be busy for Danny Ainge and co.
The Celtics are rolling after winning six of their last seven overall but there are still major holes on the team’s bench, particularly in the frontcourt. With no superstars seemingly on the market for the time being, Rich Levine, Michael Pina and I put our heads together to try to find some under the radar targets to bolster the second unit. The usual suspects (Nerlens Noel, Andrew Bogut, etc.) will always be in play but we dig deeper to understand
Mike even got a little more aggressive with his picks, targeting a couple younger All-Star candidates on teams that are struggling in the Eastern Conference, while Rich and I look for names on non-playoff teams that could be had at bargain basement prices. You can check out the full podcast below and can also subscribe on ITunes by clicking here.
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