NBA Draft 2017: Breaking down Celtics’ best options after trading the No. 1 pick


The
Boston Celtics
upended the NBA world over the weekend, agreeing to terms on a trade with the
Philadelphia 76ers
to send the No. 1 pick to Philly in exchange for the No. 3 pick and a protected first-round 2018 pick from the
Los Angeles Lakers
(that conveys into an unprotected
Sacramento Kings
pick in 2019). So after doing the unthinkable, dealing the No. 1 overall pick in a year with a consensus, clear-cut No. 1 pick, where do the Celtics go from here? 

Here’s a look at their options going into Thursday’s NBA Draft.

Keep the pick and draft …

Josh Jackson: Jackson is kind of the consensus for going third, and the guy most commonly referenced as Danny Ainge’s potential target. Jackson is a curious fit on the…



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