Danny Ainge, the president of basketball operations for the Boston Celtics, has made it clear that he is willing to break up Boston's Big Three—Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen—if the right deal comes along, according to The Boston Globe.
This comes two days after Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that teams have called the Celtics to inquire about Paul Pierce.
The right deal for the Celtics means clearing cap space for the future and getting young talent that Boston can build upon going into the next few years.
While there aren't many teams that will be willing to give up the kind of young talent that Boston wants in return for pieces of the Big Three, there are still a few teams who should at least entertain the idea of making a trade happen.
Ahead is a list of teams and possible trade scenarios (based on speculation) that the Boston Celtics might be interested in