A 4-6 start might be enough to open Boston’s mind a bit, but as Charania notes, there’s no traction on a deal yet. Philadelphia infamously gave Boston a valuable first-round pick to move up from No. 3 to No. 1 in the 2017 NBA Draft in order to select Markelle Fultz. In 2019, Philadelphia scored a measure of revenge when it traded up to Boston’s pick at No. 20 and selected Matisse Thybulle, one of the best defenders in basketball. Philadelphia gave Boston its vaunted duo of young wings when it traded the Celtics the pick that would become Tatum.