Celtics are reportedly engaged in talks with the Cavaliers about acquiring No.1 pick.
Reports, according to CSNNE.com who are claiming a league source told them, "If the Celtics were able to secure the top overall pick, they are expected to choose between Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker...although multiple sources indicate Boston would lean more towards Wiggins than Parker." Any deal for the number one overall pick would likely involve the Celtics sending one or both of their first round picks (No. 6 and No. 17 overall) to the Cavs, and with that type of ammo to bring to the trading table it seems that Boston has a legitimate chance of prying the top pick away from the Cavs.ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Timofey Mozgov (shoulder) is questionable for Friday.
Mozgov was expected to be out for two weeks as of one week ago, so his participation in Friday's morning shootaround was a bit of a surprise. A welcomed surprise but a surprise nonetheless. If he checks out well after the session and shows a little something in pre-game warm-ups, he could see some time on the court against the Hornets. Analysis: Howard Bender