Particularly later in the second round where the Boston Celtics will potentially make their only current selection of the 2021 draft, having dealt away their No. 16 overall pick in the deal moving on from starting point guard Kemba Walker. Co/IBDXMJFFZJ
– The Celtics Wire July 9, 2021
ESPN, Bleacher Report – Kessler Edwards – Pepperdine – forward
A 6-foot-8 junior who shot 37.8% from deep and 87.6% from the free-throw line, Kessler can protect the rim a bit and is a surprisingly well-rounded player for how deep in the second round he is projected in most mocks.
For The Win – Joe Wieskamp – Iowa – wing
Standing at 6-foot-5 with a 6-foot-11 wingspan, the Iowa wing stuck a sizzling 46.2% of his treys in 2020-21 while scoring 14.8 points and pulling down 6.6 boards per contest.
” Sam Vecenie – Austin Reaves – Oklahoma – wing
We leave you with Vecenie’s choice for the Celtics’ second-rounder, a 6-foot-5 wing out of Oklahoma.