After three years of rumors and shopping him on the open market, the Celtics finally pulled the trigger on a trade that sent their four-time All-Star point guard out of town.
Boston traded Rajon Rondo to Dallas, in exchange for Brandan Wright, Jae Crowder, Jameer Nelson and a future first- and second-round draft pick.
Wright (and potentially Crowder) are the keepers from a player perspective, but overall, the Celtics — now going all-in on a full-fledged rebuild after deciding that Rondo was not in the team’s plans for the future — will value the draft picks out of this deal more than anything else.
And somehow, that means they got plenty in return for a player with Rondo’s resumé.
Celtics pretty pleased with the return they got for Rondo.
If that’s true, then the team should be very concerned with those in charge of making…
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