After a valiant effort against the eventual champion Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals, the Boston Celtics realized that they were not at all far off from being the league's best team. Despite over half of their club (literally) dealing with some sort of injury in the Heat series, the Celtics were still able to do something no other team was able to do this season: push Miami to seven games.
Clearly, Boston was only a piece here and a piece there away from besting the Heat, and Danny Ainge made it his duty this offseason to try and compile those pieces.
Some felt that the C's should go into rebuilding mode, thinking that they had squeezed every last ounce out of the Big Three and that it was time for a change.
Well, things have changed a bit: now that Ray Allen taking his talents to South Beach, the Big Three is no more, and a new era of basketball has essentially begun in Beantown.
Danny Ainge has made a flurry of moves this summer to bolster his squad. Let's go through each and every one of them and determine how good each decision really was.