The Celtics reportedly offered four first-round picks for the ninth pick in the draft.
The Celtics were "probably offering too much" in their failed attempts to trade into the lottery, according to general manager Danny Ainge.
Danny Ainge said that the Celtics will target big men during free agency this offseason.
There are "strong rumblings" of the Celtics and Hornets swapping the ninth and 16th picks in the draft.
The Boston Celtics are rumored to be interested in moving up to the third overall pick in Thursday's NBA Draft if Jahlil Okafor slips past the second spot.
The Boston Celtics have discussed a trade with at least one lottery team in advance of the 2015 NBA Draft, according to Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated.
The Celtics are not going to be sharing more information about their upcoming draft workouts.
According to the Racine Journal-Times, the Celtics are eyeing trades that would allow them to move into the draft lottery.
The Celtics have "had some conversations" about stashing draft picks overseas, as they're currently scheduled to have 12 picks over the next two summers.
Opposing executives praised the job Danny Ainge is doing as the Celtics continue to rebuild their team.
Celtics president Danny Ainge said the team will be swinging for the fences in free agency this summer.
The Celtics are planning on making a splash in free agency this summer, according to Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders.
There's "nothing of substance" on the Celtics trading for Reggie Jackson or Goran Dragic, according to Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald.
The Celtics are ready to move on from their pursuit of Kevin Love, according to CSNNE.com.