Celtics Lab 83: What CAN Boston do to get better at the 2022 NBA trade deadline, anyway?

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Celtics Lab 83: What CAN Boston do to get better at the 2022 NBA trade deadline, anyway?
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The Boston Celtics are already percolating in the rumor mill when it comes to the NBA’s 2021-22 trade season with the Feb. 10 deadline still more than a month away. Will the team make a major move? If so, what should they be looking for? And if not, what makes sense out of the range of directions the team could go in while pursuing deals of the non-blockbuster variety?

Of equal importance is what the team can NOT do, as well as other limitations and concerns which may be shaping the team’s thinking. And on the latest episode of the CLNS Media “Celtics Lab” podcast, your usual hosts Justin Quinn, Alex Goldberg, and Cameron Tabatabaie help highlight the realms of the possible at the trade deadline with the help of Celtics cap guru Ryan Bernardoni (A.K.A. Dangercart).

From transformative trades down to kitting singles, the foursome outline the contours of one of the most important trade seasons the Celtics have faced in some time.

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To hear what might be in store for Boston before mid-February as well as the news and general goings-on in the wider Celtics world, listen to the clip embedded above.

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