Because the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers have a lengthy history of animosity, a deal appears implausible.

However, Bleacher Report's Zach Buckley speculated that the two teams may work out a deal in which they would benefit one other by trading players.

Buckley then went on to explain why the two renowned rivals would agree to such a move involving the players believed to be their stars.

"It's possible that Brown, 26, will never reach the level of stardom that Davis has already hit—hence the inclusion of Williams, a dominant defender who has his own injury issues,

Buckley said in a statement. "But Brown is younger and more durable." "These characteristics may be important to the Lakers,

 who may require a more sturdy foundation for their post-LeBron James era than the injury-prone Davis is able to provide," according to a source.

We've been chock-full of a lot of quality people for a long time, and that gives other people a voice," Stevens added

"We've been doing this for a long time." We believe that Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown are already among the best, but it is clear that they must continue to grow in that area.

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