I don't mean their brain type, but I am interested in the types of player that Ainge (and Stevens) seem to gravitate toward, whom they pursue in free agency or the draft, whom the Celtics pick up on the cheap, or who falls through the draft to Boston. The team likes wings who can do everything: shoot, dunk, handle the ball, defend all positions. The team's highest draft assets have been spent on multi-talented wings, and Ainge has avoided drafting assets at all levels (first overall picks like Fultz and second round picks like Bell) that look like traditional big men or ballhandlers. Instead, he likes big men with small men's skills: Horford shoots the three, distributes and takes his man off the dribble, Monroe dribbles and makes plays below the rim. And he likes small men who excel at big men's jobs: Smart bullies his opponents on defense, Rozier sweeps the boards. If Boston had a high draft pick in the 2018 draft, I suspect that Ainge would steer away from Ayton and Bamba, and choose a multi-skilled wing like Doncic or a category-bending big like Bagley. WWDD (what would Danny do)?