Due to the talented depth on the Boston Celtics' roster this season, there are a variety of possibilities for starting lineups.
The entire starting five from the end of last season returned this year, including Avery Bradley as Ray Allen's replacement. Rajon Rondo will take over as the leader of the Celtics, using his court vision and passing ability to anchor the floor for his team.
Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett will undoubtedly be in the starting lineup, unless the veterans succumb to injury. Last but not least, Brandon Bass rounds out the starting five.
With some fans already calling for rookie Jared Sullinger, there will probably be changes to the starting lineup as the season progresses. In addition, injuries are inevitable, and the C's need to be prepared for whatever muscle tear or strain is thrown their way.
In 2012-13, the Celtics have enough versatility to switch up the starting lineup to match any obstacles they might face this season.