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All Those Traded Celtics: Where Are They Now?

The Celtics have made three trades since the 2015/16 season officially began on the NBA calendar on July 1st, a healthy number but a paltry amount in comparison to the 11 they made in 2014/15. Still, president of basketball operations Danny Ainge seems poised to start dealing again before too long, especially given the team has one more fully guaranteed contract than the 15-man regular season roster limit will allow. Ainge’s penchant for deals is well-known, as the 28 players whom he either traded, traded for, or both last season can attest.

Six of those players are still with the Celtics, but the rest are spread all over the globe. A dozen NBA teams — the Clippers, Grizzlies, Kings, Mavericks, Nuggets, Pelicans, Pistons, Rockets, Sixers, Timberwolves, Wizards and Warriors — all have players on their respective rosters who were part of a Celtics trade at some point since July of last year. Others are playing in China, Russia and Turkey. Four remain in free agency. Chris Douglas-Roberts is technically the fifth free agent, but he reportedly agreed just this week to join the Pelicans on a non-guaranteed deal.

Here’s a look at where each player involved in a recent Celtics trade is now:

Which of the players who isn’t still with the Celtics do you think they should have kept? Leave a comment to tell us.

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8 thoughts on “All Those Traded Celtics: Where Are They Now?

  1. aarongill

    They made so MANY trades. I think they should’ve keep Brendan wright

    • Chuck Myron

      I like Wright, too. It would have been tough for him to find minutes with this current group of Celtics, but who knows what others moves would have happened or not happened if the C’s had kept him.

      • aarongill

        I think he would’ve been the starting center and lee wouldn’t be there

  2. matt

    I like Dwight Powell. He can do a little everything. He is a young PF/C who can score around the basket, step out and hit jumpers, rebound some and block some shots all while being a solid dimer for a big. In my opinion, he has good upside in the right situation. Ultimately, playing behind a guy like Dirk nowitzki will certainly help your development as you learn frok him, but you might not get much of a chance when playing behind a future hall of famer

    • W. Cobb

      Agree on Powell

  3. W. Cobb

    Dwight Powell. Long, athletic, and player with the most upside on this list. Also the work effort to be able to at least crack the rotation. Can’t say that about any of the other guys.

  4. Chris

    If Green was willing to do the option I think Ainge might have kept him.

  5. Gerald

    Didn’t they get phoenix’s first rounder top 12 protected or something? I’d much rather keep than in the fold…

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