The Boston Celtics Make a Blockbuster Trade Under New President Brad Stevens
According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Celtics just traded Kemba Walker and a first-round pick to get Al Horford back in Boston. This was a risky move for Boston Celtics' new President Brad Stevens as he dealt a first-round pick for a 34-year-old center who hasn't played meaningful basketball in two years. The Celtics are sending Walker and the 16th overall pick to the Thunder for Al Horford, Moses Brown, and a future second-round pick.
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