I'm sure to Cavalier fans and Magic fans KG looks great in a suit, but fortunately for Celtic fans he's back. Now the "Big Three" are the "Big Five" with Rasheed Wallace arriving on the scene and Rondo becoming a top flight point guard.
Rasheed's addition is nice but it's the other two moves Danny Ainge made that will put them back in the Finals. By signing Marquis Daniels, both Ray Allen and Paul Pierce can get the rest they need during the regular season.
Daniels is a solid role player who earned his increased minutes in Indiana last year by having career highs in points per game and rebounds last year.
As for the West: The Lakers will be right there, the Blazers are getting closer, and the aforementioned Rockets will again overachieve but I like the revamped Spurs to take the conference.
The addition of Richard Jefferson will make other teams superstar small forward or guard have to play hard defensively as well. Jefferson can hit the three ball and drive to the hoop.
San Antonio also drafted DeJuan Blair and signed Antonio McDyess to shore up the back court and bench.
So who wins?
I like the Celtics over the Spurs in Seven.