Jeff Green's second full season with the Boston Celtics wasn't a disaster, but nobody should be happy with it, either.
The combo forward appeared in all 82 games and led the Celtics in scoring. But he shot a measly 41.2 percent from the floor, failed to develop as a solid playmaker and was a sieve on defense.
He's also about to turn 28 years old and is playing on a $9.2 million contract that doesn't quite match up with the desires of a rebuilding team. Celtics general manager Danny Ainge won't trade him just to trade him, but exchanging Green for future assets or an immediate upgrade is something the GM will continuously search for.
Here are five hypothetical deals that Boston could look to make. They're ranked by the possibility they can actually happen.