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.
Just when we thought it couldn't be possible, the Celtics may have found themselves Marcus Smart 2.0 in Grant Williams.
Kemba Walker is joining a Celtics' team that is not only focused on winning a championship, but also rebuilding its culture. Kemba Walker's job isn't necessarily to lead the Celtics to a championship. His job is to be the leader Kyrie couldn't be.
Even with the addition of Kemba Walker and Gordon Hayward coming into this season better than the last, Tatum remains the most valuable and coveted player on the roster.
They still have a long way to go, but if they continue to develop and reach their full potentials, the sky is the limit.
Boston has its roster set, so maybe it's time to cool off of the trade rumors and go with what we have now. At the time time, if a trade is there at the right price, Danny may have to pull the trigger.
Jayson Tatum left such a strong enough impression on Kemba Walker that it made his free agency decision much, much easier.