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Which major trade target is the best fit with The Jay Team?


      Celtics fans, we have heard the moves this off-season are leading to a big trade? Names of guys like KAT, Bradley Beal, and Dame Time, just to name a few. Is there a sleeper out there? Honestly you have a great duo in The Jay Team! From this writers perspective, I'm only looking at wanting to add a player of their caliber but not looking to ship JB out. I mean other teams like the Fakers rip off most teams for their stars. 

     Now the question is which star best fits with what the Celtics have? I'd say KAT does. He's a modern big, but has the skills to post up or stretch the floor. Having him along side Tatum and Brown would scare both the Fakers and Nets. Offensively they could kill you inside or out! 

     Not that Beal or Dame wouldn't fit either because they could run your point of a three headed scoring monster alongside JB and JT. Not to mention both are offensive juggernauts! 

     Or is there a sleeper we don't yet know that Brad or Ime covet. Honestly, as fans we should be excited to see what this current roster can do, then make the necessary upgrades. One thing from this writers mind says let the Jay's build and grow as winners together. The time is now! Jyson and Jaylen are the guys to help get to Banner 18. If adding one of those stars above helps get there quicker, I'm all in! 

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