Full Scouting Report for Boston Celtics' Top 2014 Draft Targets

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Full Scouting Report for Boston Celtics' Top 2014 Draft Targets
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Fresh off their worst season in eight years, the Boston Celtics are ready to reload and rebuild at the 2014 NBA draft.

Boston has a pair of top-20 picks and will make its selections at No. 6 and No. 17. However, that’s it—the team will not draft in the second round unless a trade occurs.

The Celtics’ 2013-14 campaign was expected to be a down year. General manager Danny Ainge traded Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett to the Brooklyn Nets last summer in a deal that included three future first-rounders—one of which is this year's 17th pick—and a slew of role players.

While Boston has a franchise cornerstone in star point guard Rajon Rondo, the team needs more. And if the C's draft wisely come June 26, they'll be able to put out a young squad next season and still have hoards of draft picks over the next few years.

Things are looking up for the Celtics. But drafting well is crucial for a team in the midst of a rebuild.

Here’s everything you need to know about Boston’s top three targets at both of its draft spots.

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