The Boston Celtics had a very disappointing 2020-21 NBA season, which has already led to some major changes this offseason. The organization has shuffled their brain trust, as there will be some old faces in new places and new hires.
Danny Ainge stepped down from his role in the front office, which was assumed by former head coach Brad Stevens.
Taking over for Stevens on the sidelines will be Ime Udoka, a highly regarded assistant coach in the league who will be getting his first crack at a head coaching gig.
Stevens wasted little time making his first move as general manager. He traded Kemba Walker to the Oklahoma City Thunder, along with the team’s 2021 first-round draft pick and a 2025 second-round pick, in exchange for Al Horford, Moses Brown and a 2023 second-round draft pick.
That is unlikely going to be the last move that Stevens makes this offseason. The Celtics need to continue reshaping their roster. If they want to take a swing for the fences, Bradley Beal represents an intriguing option.
Beal could help push the Celtics to that next level, but it would not be cheap to acquire him. What could the trade for the Washington Wizards’ superstar look like? Check out this hypothetical deal that would land Beal in Beantown.