A new projection sees the Boston Celtics trading for Dorian Finney-Smith
It may be a little too early for some to start thinking about offseason trades to help rebuild the Boston Celtics’ roster for the 2023-24 NBA season, but that rarely stops it. league analysts from trying to move all 30 member clubs in. the association, the Celtics will enter.
And in a recent article detailing each team’s “dream league offseason trade target,” Bleacher Report’s Zach Buckley adds a second Florida alum to Dorian Finney-Smith’s team roster. “Move past Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown, and the Shamrocks have nothing at the wing positions.
Buckley writes that Finney Smith “could be available because of the Brooklyn Nets’ wing depth and need for assets, (and) he can move around anywhere defensively while usually taking pass a reliable 3 ball at the other end. “
“His outside shot has gone cold this season (33.7%),” said the B/R analyst, “but since that hasn’t been a problem in the previous three campaigns (38.9%), maybe that Boston would be wise to buy him back. ability.”
To make just under $14 million next season, such a deal would have to include an equal salary range within the league’s new CBA limits, but as long as appropriate, we think the game is on his 3-point shot. it is worth taking if the asking is not too high.
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