Former Phoenix Suns General Manager and Boston Celtics Assistant General Manager Ryan McDonough tweeted concerns about Celtics’ potential draft target Aaron Nesmith, who might see stock draw slipping tonight due to his foot health, which he broke during his final season at Vanderbilt.
This appears to conflict with positive accounts from the potential client shared in the introductory media access sessions, during which Nesmith suggested that he is in good health and ready to return to court.
McDonough said on Twitter Wednesday: « Many NBA teams with the top 20 teams have concerns about the right foot of Vanderbilt sniper Aaron Nesmith..
“These teams are worried that Nesmith’s foot,” explained Celtics’s second-in-command, who was injured in January, is slow to recover. Teams that select later in the first round prepare in case Nesmith slips tonight.
Given that we know the Vanderbilt sniper met Celtics and the current relationship between Boston General Manager Danny Aing and McDonough, it is very likely that the latter amplifies real concerns at a critical moment with an eye on his bounty-earning ex.
But worries about the feet aren’t simple, and the teams might feel a little shy when it comes to brass nails, because those decisions sometimes go.
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