The Boston Celtics are looking to swap All-Star point guard Rajon Rondo for fellow All-Star point guard Chris Paul, according to a report from SI.com.

Paul’s team, the New Orleans Hornets, would like a third team invovled in the deal so it can acquire more young assets, and the Celtics are actively looking for a third suitor, the report says.

Rondo helped the Celtics win the 2008 NBA Championship and average 58.5 points per year in the last four seasons, but his shooting struggles have concerned team officials and fans.

Paul is considered by some to be the best point guard in the NBA.

Paul, who will make $16.4 million this season, is widely expected to not re-sign with the Hornets next year when his contract ends. So if the team wants to get something in exchange for Paul, it will have to trade him at some point this season.