The NBA is entering one of the most exciting eras we've seen in a long time. The "superteam era" took over the NBA over the past 5-10 years. Now, the era of superstar duos is here.
Five years down the line when Tatum continues to develop and polish his skills on both ends of the court, there's a real possibility that his name will be consistently mentioned in the MVP race.
If Kawhi Leonard wants to continuously be in contention for an NBA championship and be the man on his own team, Toronto is the place to be.
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."
I know that Danny Ainge isn't afraid of risks or making a big-time move, but this trade would be the riskiest out of any that he's made during his time as Celtics' GM.