The Celtics added some wing depth to a deep part of their roster on Thursday night, selecting Indiana swingman Romeo Langford with the No. 14 overall pick. Langford, 19, played through a torn ligament in his thumb last year and struggled with his shot accordingly (27 percent from 3-point range). He did undergo surgery on his thumb after the college season ended but is expected to be ready for Summer League. He's a crafty scorer who is good at getting to the rim and drawing contact, averaging 6.1 free throw attempts per game.