Breaking Down the Boston Celtics' Best Trade Bait

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Breaking Down the Boston Celtics' Best Trade Bait
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Jason Terry is a quality late-season addition to a contending team. The Celtics may not need his services.

Lets face it Boston Celtics fans, the team that we've seen so far in 2012 is not going to win the NBA Finals.

As inconsistently as the team has been playing, it's hard to imagine them hanging around for too long against superior opponents like the Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder and dare I say it... the New York Knicks

So if the personnel on the floor is not playing up to par, the most drastic move that could immediately have an impact is to make a trade, right? Unfortunately, looking at the current roster yields no obvious moves that GM Danny Ainge could concoct to instantly improve their chances. 

The depth chart (for the most part) is filled with age and expensive contracts. None of the important ones—Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Rajon Rondo, Jeff Green and Brandon Bass—are set to expire after the 2013 playoffs. 

That leaves GM with only a few options this year and some extremely important decisions ahead. Please Mr. Ainge, proceed with caution.

The following list breaks down the Celtics' best trade bait. If things do not drastically improve in Boston soon, one or two of them might be donning a different uniform by season's end. 

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