NBA Trade Rumors And Updates: Paul George To Celtics For A Six Player Deal With Pacers; Anthony Davis Joining Him?

The Boston Celtics continues to be at the center of the latest NBA trade rumors. It is not a secret that this NBA team is continuing their quest of adding another star player to its roster. The latest rumor seems to indicate that the Celtics is now close to achieving this goal.

Celtics Is Now Negotiating With The Pacers

A recent report from Ybada revealed that the Celtics may be negotiating a deal with the Pacers that involve Paul George, the NBA All-Star small forward. The report indicated that Boston could be offering a combination of small forward Jae Crowder, shooting guard James Young, rookie small forward Jaylen Brown, and two first-round draft picks.

These NBA trade rumors seem to indicate that along with George and the other players, Monta Ellis, a Pacers' shooting guard is also included in the deal. All in all, the Pacers seem to be ready to give up six players consisting of four regular players and two future draft picks. It appears that the Celtics would have to pay a steep price for this deal. However, in close examination, this could mean an amazing deal for Boston.

The Boston Celtics Is Also Getting Anthony Davis

There are also some NBA trade rumors circulating lately that Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans is going to Boston. A report said that the Celtics are now concentrating their recruitment on the All-Star power forward Davis. With their effort now in the open, more details are now being revealed about this New Orleans and Boston deal.

Some of the NBA trade rumors say that a four-player swap would enable Davis to go to Beantown. In this trade scenario, Boston will ship power forward Amir Johnson, small forward Jayden Brown, and point guard Marcus to the Pelicans. In addition, the Celtics are rumored to sweeten the offer for Davis by including a future first-round draft pick.

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