Celtics considering LSU's Jordan Mickey with 1 of 4 picks
WALTHAM, Mass. (AP) - The Boston Celtics are working out potential draft picks this week at the team's training facility.
The team has four picks in next month's draft. They have two in the first round and two more in the second.
Director of player personnel Austin Ainge says the team will look at as many as 100 or more players to get ready for the draft. That includes players they will see in Waltham, Massachusetts, at the combine, at agents' workouts and at a workout for European players.
Working out today for the Celtics were Bobby Portis of Arkansas, Rakeem Christmas of Syracuse, Jordan Mickey of LSU, Shannon Scott of Ohio State, David Kravish of California and Marcus Thornton of William and Mary.
The Celtics have picks 16, 28, 33 and 45 in the June 25 draft.
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