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Boston Celtics: Why Boston Should Keep the Big Three Intact
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There is only one week to go before the NBA trade deadline, but more importantly, only one week before the direction of the 2012 Boston Celtics will be decided.   

The uncertainty in town surrounding the would-be decisions of Celtics GM Danny Ainge has people on edge about whether or not the C’s are planning a major roster shakeup or not. 

Ainge has remained ever tight-lipped on the matter, but has publicly stated he’s not actively pushing to break up the Celtics roster.  

However, Ainge has admitted to fielding offers for his players (he’d be a fool not too), so if you agree that he’s not looking to make a serious push to unload Rajon Rondo or any of the Big Three, it suggests that Ainge believes the best bet for the franchise is to stand pat, bear down and try to win a championship with their current roster.

This would be the best move for Boston.  The Celtics wouldn’t benefit from making a move or breaking up their current roster. 

There are no moves in reach that would make this team better despite the 50-50 split on how many feel towards Rondo and the expiring contracts of Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen.

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