After making big moves during the offseason, it's time for Celtics to sit back and evaluate their roster. As general manager Danny Ainge looks to win a championship next season, he must decide which players are crucial to the team's success and which are expendable.
With Rajon Rondo leading the way, alongside veterans Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, the Celtics have remained relevant in championship talks. The main goal during the offseason was to build depth and find a scorer off the bench. Ainge has succeeded in that department.
The C's have a very good starting five, as well as plenty of depth in the backcourt. If Boston wants success in the postseason, Ainge must tighten up the backcourt and continue to make moves to build a solid frontcourt with reliable backups for the aging Pierce and Garnett.