What is the future of the Boston Celtics’ backcourt ahead of the 2022 NBA trade deadline?

The backcourt of the Boston Celtics have been a prominent feature of speculation and rumor ahead of the NBA’s 2022 trade deadline, just two weeks away on Feb. 10 at 3 pm ET. Dennis Schroder has been widely seen as likely to be dealt because of a quirk in his contract status (and was recently identified as a target for the Cleveland Cavaliers), while Smart has been tied to the Dallas Mavericks and is a perennial subject of such talk.

But just how much of what we are hearing about the duo is based in facts and legitimate interest? How much is simply people projecting what they think might happen to Boston’s backcourt denizens?

What sort of path will the Celtics end up choosing when it comes time to decide about the future of the franchise’s guards?

The host of the CLNS Media “Winning Plays” podcast Brian Robb is joined by NBC Sports Boston’s Chris Forsberg to talk about the future of Boston’s backcourt ahead of the deadline in their most recent episode. Check out the clip embedded above to hear their views in full.

This post originally appeared on Celtics Wire. Follow us on Facebook!


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