The Boston Celtics are due for a roster makeover this summer after a lackluster 25-win effort during the 2013-14 season. Back in March, Celtics co-owner Wyc Grousbeck told Gary Washburn of The Boston Globe that “there could be some fireworks” this June as the team’s front office tries to take another step forward in its rebuilding plan.
In order for there to be any kind of fireworks, though, a team must have pieces it is willing to move in a deal. Boston heads into this offseason with a roster that likely has no untouchable parts. Everyone is available (at the right price), a source told Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald, and there are some players general manager Danny Ainge would love to clear off his roster for salary-cap or performance reasons.
So who exactly are Boston’s best and worst trade assets this offseason? Let’s take a look at the players the Celtics have under contract on both sides of the coin.