Diagnosing Boston Celtics' Remaining Roster Flaws

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Diagnosing Boston Celtics' Remaining Roster Flaws
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Repetitive drafting has created logjams in the Boston Celtics' lineup.

General manager Danny Ainge has spent much of this summer doctoring the Boston Celtics roster. While some moves he had hoped to make fell through, there have been some changes.

Unfortunately, the depth chart has a few flaws that must be diagnosed and addressed before Boston can return to playing competitive basketball on a nightly basis.

The Celtics still have general overcrowding on a roster that is jam-packed with average role players. The issue here is that many of these players are young and need space and minutes to grow. With too many similar types, those minutes get shrunk.

There are also the more glaring holes that had hoped to be filled by signing a second star to align with Rajon Rondo. That, however, never came to fruition, and now Ainge must try to stay afloat while seeking out his Plan B.

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