This Cavaliers-Celtics trade is focused on Collin Sexton to Boston

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The point-guard position is something that the Boston Celtics have not been able to figure out since Kyrie Irving left town. Kemba Walker was not the answer and they could try again with another option. Enter the Cleveland Cavaliers as trade partners this NBA offseason. 

Boston sent Walker to the Oklahoma City Thunder a few weeks back. This was a move that was obvious but it left a huge hole at the top of the offense. This is something that Brad Stevens will need to fill. He has a chance to make an impact during his first offseason in the front office.

After an underwhelming season that landed them the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference, Boston could be aggressive in pursuit of some help. 

Cleveland could also be aggressive but for different reasons. They have been a rebuilding team for years and that is not going to change anytime soon. The Cavaliers’ luck in the draft lottery continued this year as they will pick third in the 2021 NBA Draft.

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Collin Sexton could be a trade piece on draft night or after if there are uneasy feelings coming from both sides. He might need a change of scenery and the Cavaliers would welcome a return.

Let’s take a look and see how this NBA trade scenario centered around Collin Sexton could look like involving the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers.

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