The signing of Kemba Walker is tremendous for Boston. Not only did they find their point guard for the future, but they found a replacement for Kyrie Irving.
If there is a center on the trade block that the Celtics need to go after, it's Clint Capela. The Celtics have many reasons why they want to add Capela to the roster.
Adding Nikola's playmaking skills and ability to stretch the floor can be crucial for Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown's development. Both Tatum and Brown can benefit more from a playmaking center who can get them open shots like Horford would more than adding another high-scoring guard.
Kemba Walker can be a leader on this team and help develop the young guys into the players we all expect them to become. Don't fight this, Boston fans. Jump on the Kemba Walker to Boston train and let's hope for the best.
Kyrie and Kemba are similar players with very similar play styles, but I think Kemba can take Kyrie's job and run with it.
With roughly $34M in cap space, the Celtics can make a few big moves this offseason. Whether it's giving most of that money to one player, splitting it up, or waiting until next offseason, the Celtics have options. Here I'll talk about one player who I think the Celtics can go after: Malcolm Brogdon.
Trading Jayson Tatum would've arguably been one of the worst moves Danny Ainge could've made as a GM because if Anthony Davis walked after a year, the Celtics would have nearly nothing to build around.
This upcoming offseason is shaping up to be one of the craziest we've seen in recent history. For the Boston Celtics, anything is on the table, and even co-owner Wyc Grousbeck stated that "this is the most uncertain offseason since 2007."