Currently on the outside looking in of the Eastern Conference playoff picture, the Boston Celtics may not be too concerned with fixing any of their flaws as they salivate over Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker, but the C’s have certainly shown some serious issues in their inconsistent start to the 2013-14 season.
Granted, no one expected Boston to be a powerhouse without Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, Rajon Rondo sitting out to start the year and Brad Stevens as a rookie head coach, but their struggles, particularly on offense, have been pretty notable.
The return of Rondo should aid the team across the board, but that does not mean the C’s need to sit hopelessly idle while their star point guard recovers from knee surgery.
There are no 100 percent perfect fixes given Boston’s lack of talent and the fact that the team does not appear overly concerned with wining in 2013-14, but with the season still in its infancy, let’s look at some of the club’s most glaring flaws and some potential solutions to get the C’s on track.
That is, if getting on track is even what they want to do.