Sure, there is absolutely a chance that the team could find that third star internally (Robert Williams III, we are looking at you) down the road, but if the right deal opens up for a surer thing than rolling the dice on internal development presents itself. That being said, there is a limited pool of potential targets who would make sense, and fewer still likely to be available.
On a recent episode of the “Celtics Lab” podcast, the trio of hosts spent a fair amount of time trying to construct even vaguely plausible superteams, and fount it quite the challenge.
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