There's undoubtedly a hierarchy of power among the Boston Celtics regarding how they stack themselves.
It starts with a three-headed monster at the top and works it way down to Kris Joseph, a current Maine Red Claw.
Each respective member of the "New-New Big Three" has been the most important Boston Celtic on the floor at various times this year, a trend that will likely maintain the rest of the season until Rajon Rondo is fully committed to taking over the reins full-time.
Beyond Rajon Rondo, Paul Pierce, and Kevin Garnett, however, are three consistent contributors—a potential All-Star, a rookie, and a Brazilian sprinter—and a pair of big men that have played for a combined 10 teams, one of whom is coming off season-ending heart surgery.
Needless to say, after the core trio, it's an interesting bunch.
Here's how they all rank following the month of November, in which Boston went 9-6.