It's no secret that the Boston Celtics have issues, issues that GM Danny Ainge failed to address during the offseason.
It's not necessarily fair to rail on Ainge for the holes on this roster, as he did make numerous moves over the summer to try and improve the team. He just may not have gone about it the right way.
Now, the Celtics are without Rajon Rondo and Jared Sullinger for the remainder of the season, meaning we may see those holes grow even bigger. It hasn't seemed to bother the Celtics thus far, however, as they are currently one of the hottest teams in the league and are getting production from just about every single player on the roster.
How long will it last, though? Do moves need to be made?
All statistics in this article are accurate as of February 7th, 2013.