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MarShon Brooks may finally get a serious look in Boston.
MarShon Brooks was another addition to the Pierce/Garnett deal to Brooklyn.
Pros: Brooks gets a second shot at an NBA career after seeing very little time during his tenure with the Nets. Per 36 minutes, according to Basketball-Reference.com, Brooks has averaged over 15 points in each of the past two seasons.
Cons: It's unclear where exactly Brooks will fit. Currently, the Celtics have Avery Bradley, Courtney Lee and Jordan Crawford as other possible shooting guards. Unless Boston utilizes Brooks like it attempted to do with Terrence Williams (using him as a backup point guard), it's hard to see him getting a fair shot at significant minutes.