The Boston Celtics were one of the busiest teams in the league this offseason, and their roster experienced so much turnover that their bench is going to essentially be unrecognizable this coming season.
Boston let almost all of its bench from the 2012 postseason walk, and it replaced the departed members with better players like Jason Terry and Courtney Lee. I say "postseason" because Chris Wilcox, who was with the Celtics up until undergoing heart surgery in March, will be returning, and Jeff Green, in the same vein as Wilcox, underwent heart surgery before this past season even began and will also be back in Beantown (assuming he and the C's finalize his contract, and it's looking like it is only a matter of time before that happens).
Of course, with all of the roster changes, Doc Rivers is going to face many crucial decisions in terms of playing time, rotations, his best lineups, etc.
Let's break down six of the key decisions that Rivers will have to make in the 2012-13 season.