Danny Ainge on draft day is like Michael Jordan in the finals. It is his moment to shine. It is when he combines his natural talent with the hundreds of lonely hours watching prospects in games and in practices and makes decisions that will shape the future of the franchise for a decade. It is where he takes the talent of Leo Papile and Chris Wallace and merges it with his own judgment.
This year’s draft is both critical and anticlimactic for the Celtics. And there is far greater intrigue concerning what the Cs might do with their pick than at any other time in recent team history, by a wide margin. That is because there is so little coherence in how to rank order the players compared to most years.[More] source: RealGM