With Danny Ainge reassuring (or at least supposedly) Celtic fans that the team would not part with any of their stars to move up in Thursday's NBA Draft, Ainge and company will begin to zone in on the lone pick they do have-58th overall.
While this probably won't draw Boston fans away from tuning in for John Smoltz's Red Sox debut on the same night, there are some difference-making players who the could be a nice fit with the Celtics.
Every year we see it. Late in the draft there is seemingly always one player that ends up being a big steal-or at least someone who comes in and gives a team some quality play.
In 2006, there was Paul Millsap, Leon Powe, and Daniel Gibson. 2007 contained gems like Glen Davis, and although early, it appears that Mario Chalmers could be that guy from the 2008 class.
Other notable second round picks are Gilbert Arenas, Rashard Lewis, Carlos Boozer, and Manu Ginobili.
Here are five guys who could be great options for the Celtics at No. 58: