The Boston Celtics are in a major bind right now, but better things could be on the horizon.

Windhorst said on ESPN’s The Jump that instead of Kyrie leaving the Celtics this summer (a scenario many suspect will become reality), he could be recruiting someone else to town instead.

“It’s not impossible for the Celtics to get their hands on Kevin Durant this off season,” Windhorst said on ESPN’s The Jump this week. “I’m not saying I think it’s gonna happen, I’m just saying it’s not impossible.”

“They have the assets to trade for Anthony Davis. Kevin Durant, he can be signed and traded. They can work out a deal. Remember, the team that finished in ‘second place’ when he signed with the Warriors was Boston. When people look at Kyrie and KD, I think they automatically assume it’s just gonna be in New York. There’s other teams out there that could do it,” Windhorst added.

The Celtics have more options than people think. If they make some moves and overhaul their roster, we could see a very different Boston team next season, one that might include both Kevin Durant and Uncle Drew.

So, while things look bleak right now, sometimes the rain has to fall before the sun comes out.