The greatest champions know how to recognize their weaknesses and find solutions, and the Boston Celtics have done just that during this offseason.
Boston's newest additions were brought in to directly address the team's biggest problems, including lack of depth and size. Even the Celtics' nightmarish rebounding will be considerably better next season.
General manager Danny Ainge knew what he was doing when he acquired Jason Terry and Courtney Lee. He also put a great amount of thought into drafting Jared Sullinger and Fab Melo.
Ainge's offseason moves were clearly made with the team's weaknesses in mind.