Celtics Considering Lonzo Ball with #1 Pick, Co-Owner Says

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Thomas, who was the 60th pick in the 2011 draft, was playfully asked whether it would have been better if Boston landed the final pick instead of the first.

The Boston Celtics only landed the No. 1 selection in the National Basketball Association draft Tuesday, but Isaiah Thomas already has talked to one of the potential top picks. "So, you know, I'm not one to rule anything out".

It could be an interesting Summer if the Bulls and Celtics discuss trade possibilities. That makes him opting out and heading for unrestricted free agency all the more likely.

Hayward is unable to sign a "mega max deal" with the Jazz (five-year, $207 million), as he was left off an All-NBA team.

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"You trade this pick, because he can not help the Celtics get over the top", Pierce said. Wojnarowski noted. "Boston could possibly know closer to the draft where they stand with Hayward, but I think Danny Ainge has not gone "all in" with this group yet".

It's possible. because Celtics co-owner Wyc Grousbeck tells TMZ Sports the team is definitely considering drafting the former UCLA stud with the #1 overall pick. Take Markelle Fultz number 1 and pray in four years he is Russell Westbrook.

Prospect like Nader or Yabu? "It's always gonna be, 'Well, he's 5'9".' And, I mean, I'm never gonna be OK with it.

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