It's no secret that the Boston Celtics are struggling to rebound the basketball.
As of Dec. 7, the Celtics rank last in the NBA in rebounding, with Kevin Garnett really the only player on the team who has been consistently solid on the glass. This is nothing new for Boston, as it was also terrible on the boards last season.
The question is, will the C's do something to fix this problem?
There are certainly options out there, and more options will likely arise as the season progresses and ballclubs put more guys on the trading block.
The lack of rebounding has probably cost the Celtics a couple of wins this year, so you would have to think GM Danny Ainge is sifting through names who could be potential remedies for this issue.
Let's check out five big men Boston could look into to improve its rebounding.