The Boston Celtics have looked like a different basketball team since Avery Bradley returned to the starting lineup. His ability to smother opposing ball-handlers up and down the court, combined with the controlled chaos he adds to Boston's offense suggests that winning four of their last five is not a coincidence.
But even with the emergence of Jared Sullinger as a growing immovable force, the unknown promise of Fab Melo (whose D-League play has reportedly ruined the confidence of just about everyone who's chosen to attack him in the paint) and the pending return of Chris Wilcox, this team could use another big man in its regular rotation.
The following five players have been ranked, lowest to highest, by both how they'd hypothetically fit with the Celtics, and the likelihood their current teams would be willing to give them up.
All statistics and salary information used in this article were taken from Hoopdata.com, Basketball-Reference.com and Synergy Sports.