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Trade Ratings for the Boston Celtics Shooting Guards
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Avery Bradley struggled playing point guard in the playoffs, but his one-on-one defense would be valuable to any team.

If NBA shooting guards were Pokemon, then it makes sense for Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge to want to trade for them all. But in pro basketball, five players at one position is a surplus.

The Celtics don’t need five shooting guards. Not even a former Boston coach Doc Rivers small ball lineup needs five shooting guards. Likely one or two of these players won’t be with the team by the trade deadline. Ainge probably will send a couple packing at some point.

Several factors go into whether a player is traded. This gauges a player's appeal in a trade and Boston’s interest in trading him. The players are listed in alphabetical order.

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