Relative to the other four positions on a team, building around a point guard shouldn't be very complicated. It's the one player specifically designed to make others better, therefore, gathering generic talent and throwing it on the floor should be enough.
Rajon Rondo is a little different. He isn't worse than your typical All-Star point guard, but Rondo needs certain skill sets around him in order to maximize his ability and give his team its best shot at winning.
The Boston Celtics are rebuilding, but a few players on today's roster may be able to thrive beside Rondo—and help push him along—in the year's ahead. Here they are, ranked by how well they fit.