The Boston Celtics may be deep, but like any other team, they might have to make some moves during the season. Injuries happen, as do things like underperformance. The Celtics may have to add other parts through trades during the year to remedy such issues.
On paper, Boston looks good. Really good. The C's don't have any major holes, as they appear incredibly well-rounded. That said, Keyon Dooling just retired, leaving Rajon Rondo as the only true point guard on the roster. Will they have to make a move to fix that at some point?
Up front, the Celtics have a whole lot of depth behind Kevin Garnett, but not a whole lot of quality. Will players such as Chris Wilcox, Jason Collins and Darko Milicic be able to fill in adequately for Garnett, or will Boston be forced to look elsewhere for a backup center?
See? You can do this for every single team in the league. No club is invincible.
Now that the stage has been set, what kind of moves can the C's potentially make this year?