With the playoffs beginning, Boston Celtics fans can finally exhale now that this long, miserable 2013-14 season is over.
A flurry of midseason moves and poorly timed injuries left the Celtics in consistently poor shape throughout the year, and their roster is actually pretty different than it was on opening night.
Brandon Bass and Jeff Green both appeared in all 82 games, but the rest of the nightly rotation was a mix of unproven young players, veterans hunting for new contracts and key pieces like Rajon Rondo and Avery Bradley working themselves back from injury.
It's a little tough to assess each Celtic player given that the rotation changed so often and that the franchise wasn't exactly striving for wins, but we have a decent sample size to go on for pretty much everyone (not you, Keith Bogans).
Now that we can look forward to the 2014 draft and another offseason of development, let's take a moment to grade the cast of one of the bleakest Boston Celtics seasons in recent history.
Players are organized by number of games played, beginning with the fewest.