NBA Free Agency: Five Moves Boston Should Make After Kevin Garnett Return

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NBA Free Agency: Five Moves Boston Should Make After Kevin Garnett Return
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Kevin Garnett's return means another run for a championship for the Celtics.

Kevin Garnett has reportedly re-signed with the Boston Celtics on a three-year, $34 million contract (ESPNBOSTON.com). 

The Celtics should be a little over $40 million in salary with the cap at $58 million after the deal and will have the flexibility to add complementary pieces to the rest of the lineup.

Whether or not all the pieces of the Big Four return is yet to be, Boston is once again a legitimate championship contender.

With Celtics fans hoping for and even expecting a possible championship run for the sixth straight season, President Danny Ainge should spare no expense to finding the right core of players to work alongside Garnett, Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo.

Here are the five moves Ainge needs to make this offseason after learning that KG will be back. 

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