The Lakers and Celtics each have two picks in the first round of the upcoming NBA Draft, but if the teams get their way, they’ll only be selecting one player apiece to add to their respective rosters.
L.A. has the second overall pick, along with the 27th. Boston, meanwhile, has picks at 16 and 28.
But because those late first round picks represent guaranteed salary commitments, both the Lakers and Celtics would rather trade them and look to add talent somewhere else.
Lakers are also trying to move out of the 27 and Boston trying to move out of 28 too… no surprise on either – both covet capspace
The 27th overall pick will receive a guaranteed first year salary of $930,500, while the 28th overall pick is guaranteed $924,800.
Since both Boston and L.A. have picks early in the second round (at…
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