Initial Post-Draft Depth Chart for Boston Celtics

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Initial Post-Draft Depth Chart for Boston Celtics
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By drafting Marcus Smart at No. 6 and James Young at No. 17, the Boston Celtics have officially opened up a world of speculation about their next move.

Add to that owner Wyc Grousbeck insisting that "trade season is not over yet," and it is clear we're in for an interesting few months.

For now, though, Boston acquired two athletic, high-upside pieces to bolster its backcourt.

Smart's competitiveness made him a Danny Ainge favorite, and Young could blossom into the smooth-shooting swingman the Celtics would love to replace Paul Pierce.

It's worth wondering why Boston didn't roll the dice on a big man at No. 6 since there was plenty of talent left at the 4 and 5 positions or why it opted for Young over Michigan State's Gary Harris, but overall it's tough to fault Boston too much for its 2014 draft.

Now that we have a pretty clear idea of what the 2014-15 Celtics are going to look like, let's put together a preliminary depth chart of the squad.

Remember, though, if Grousbeck has his way, the C's could look quite different when the season tips off.

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