Boston Celtics reportedly rejected trade offers for All Star forward Gordon Hayward.

The C's may have been planning something different this offseason as the team appears to want to keep Hayward in their roster despite the inconsistency he has displayed in the previous seasons.

NBA insider Keith Smith learned from a rival executive recently at Summer League that Boston was "quick" to reject trade offers and even inquiries for Hayward and the team apparently plans to keep the 29-year-old All Star in their roster.

Smith, who just spent a week in Las Vegas, noted that it was not surprising at all that everyone had something to say about the Celtics and what they have done this summer, Sporting News reported.

Celtics Blog Official social media account also tweeted that Smith unveiled a couple more updates on other Celtics players including All Star point guard Kemba Walker. 

Boston has been known for making big moves to better their team. Looking back at what the team has done this summer, it appears that they are mixing things up and could be up for something unexpected next season.

Just a few days ago, the Celtics just made Walker an official member of the team and prior to that, they team released Guerschon Yabusele, a crowd-favorite backup frontcourt and reports claim that the said move was intended to make way for seven-foot-six center Tacko Fall

Now that Hayward is reportedly staying with the C's, it is still a bit hard to figure out how things will play out for Boston next season. With Walker evidently playing the role of the team's new starplayer, it is certain that the whole team will have to make adjustments one way or another.

Hayward did just fine playing with a scoring point guard when he played side by side with former teammate Kyrie Irving for two seasons. Even though the Celtics have had success during those seasons and were able to impressively win the Eastern Conference first round against the Indiana Pacers, Hayward's presence did not make much of a difference. This fact just makes Celtics keeping Hayward a little more intriguing.

Hayward suffered a devastating injury back in 2017 and was never the same player since then. The All Star forward was able to contribute last season but has yet to return to his best form averaging 11.5 points and 4.5 rebounds in 25.9 minutes per game while shooting 33.3% from 3-point range.