The Boston Celtics already look a bit different than they did just a couple of months ago, replacing Brad Stevens with Ime Udoka as head coach. Stevens, who is now in the front office in Boston, didn’t waste time in making his first move of the NBA offseason by trading Kemba Walker to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Following the decision to part ways with Walker, the Celtics are now in desperate need of finding someone that can join the starting lineup at the point guard position.
One player to keep an eye on as a potential trade candidate is Malcolm Brogdon of the Indiana Pacers.
The Pacers could be open for business this offseason as they move in a new direction after another year of missing out on the playoffs.
Indiana is likely going to begin building around Domantas Sabonis and Caris LeVert, which could make Brogdon available for the right price.
While the Celtics look for various ways to replace Walker at point guard, I highlighted a possible trade that would send Brogdon to Boston, pairing him with Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown.