The Boston Celtics' offseason may be off to an ominous start, but don't tell that to their new draft class.
The Celtics' four selections in the 2019 NBA Draft are descending on Boston on Monday for their introductory press conference at the Auerbach Center.
Before meeting with the media, though, they took to social media to share their excitement upon arriving in our new city.
Here's Romeo Langford, Boston's top selection out of Indiana at No. 14 overall:
Excited to be in my new city...Let’s get it!!! #Celtics ☘️— Romeo Langford (@yeahyeah22) June 24, 2019
Tennessee's Grant Williams, whom the Celtics selected at No. 22, arrived in Boston on Sunday night and already is calling the city "home."
Man Celtics fans are gonna love this guy. pic.twitter.com/yEVo7MwrRb— Tom Westerholm (@Tom_NBA) June 24, 2019
Williams has an extra tie to Boston, as the Celtics happen to be his grandfather's favorite team.
"I’m proud of you, boy, you’re going to my team," Williams said his grandfather told him after the C's drafted him, via The Athletic's Jared Weiss. " ... I’m gonna come see you, now."
No. 51 selection Tremont Waters seems pretty fired up about his new hometown, too.
The No. 33 overall pick, Carsen Edwards, has kept quiet on social media, but the good news is that all four Celtics rookies appear to have made it safe and sound to Boston, where they'll aim to add some excitement to a team that could undergo significant changes this summer.
Welcome to Boston boys ☘️ pic.twitter.com/lrjNVVNE4Z— Boston Celtics (@celtics) June 24, 2019
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