This Celtics-T’Wolves blockbuster trade sends Karl-Anthony Towns to Boston

Karl-Anthony Towns, Tom Thibodeau, New York Knicks, Minnesota Timberwolves, Oklahoma City Thunder, Cleveland Cavaliers, Boston Celtics, Phoenix Suns, Devin Booker, NBA Trade Rumors, Atlanta Hawks, Trae Young, Dallas Mavericks, Luka Doncic, Miami Heat

Over the years, the Boston Celtics have been a team that is always a top of the Eastern Conference and a legit title contender, but have not seemed to figure out what the problem is in terms of reaching the NBA Finals. They have not had a chance to fight for a title since 2010 and numerous superstar players being brought in has not solved the puzzle.

Kyrie Irving, Gordon Hayward, Isaiah Thomas and Al Horford are all big name players that have been a part of the Celtics organization over the years and all share the same fate with Boston — no championship.

The Celtics organization as a whole has a rich history of winning, having over a 59% win percentage in their 75 seasons as an NBA franchise, as well as 17 NBA Championships, tied with the Los Angeles Lakers for the most all-time. If there is one thing that is a given, it is that GM Danny Ainge and the entire Celtics’ front office is going to do everything they can to make sure that this year is the year they can finally break through and make The Finals.

The emergence of young talents like Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown has been very promising for Boston and gives them a sense of hope moving forward that a championship season is in the near future. Tatum made his first NBA All-Star appearance in his third season in the NBA last year, averaging 23.4 points, 7.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists, and shooting 45% from the floor, 40.3% from three-point range.

Jaylen Brown did not make the NBA All-Star game last year, but was on the verge of it. He emerged as a fantastic two-way player last year and looks to make his first All-Star appearance of his career this season. It sounds crazy to believe, but could the Celtics actually look to trade Jaylen Brown in a move that would shake up the entire NBA?

Let’s take a look at a hypothetical trade between the Boston Celtics and the Minnesota Timberwolves revolving around numerous NBA All-Star level players.

About Brett Siegel 637 Articles
Brett Siegel joined NBA Analysis Network as a NBA Insider in 2020. For all up-to-date NBA news, stats and info, and any inquiries, be sure to follow him on Twitter @BrettSiegelNBA.