The Boston Celtics are in a tough spot. While they have a young star to build around in Rajon Rondo, few figure them for title contention. Also, much of the team is old, and they're all but capped-out. The ancient Kevin Garnett remains a quality player, as does the grizzled Paul Pierce. Jason Terry has been good so far this season.
Those elements comprise Boston's quality, and there are concerns divorced from the nice offensive play of the aforementioned four guys. Boston needs to make some kind of move to get from where they are right now back to their former contender status. They need it because their rebounding has been bad, their defense has been declining and their offense isn't elite. But how do they make such a move in this difficult spot?
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