The Boston Celtics' bench has been well-structured since the arrival of Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett back in the 2007-2008 season.
When Eddie House isn't peeing his shorts, the Boston Celtics' bench can be a very intimidating bench.
But entering this season, regardless of the potty errors, the Boston bench is going to be one hard force to stop.
It is somewhat uncertain of Rasheed Wallace's place on the Celtics; some say he is going to start, others suggest the bench.
His role will be much appreciated coming off the bench for the Celtics. Coming in for a semi-injured Kevin Garnett will help the boys in green a lot.
His temper isn't the issue, but rather a boost. The Celtics need that one more ounce of energy and Wallace supplies it.
Marquis Daniels will need to keep his play consistent this year. He is going to come in for Ray Allen or Paul Pierce, but either way, solid play will be expected by Doc Rivers. Daniels proved that he is a force to reckon with in Indiana. Now the test is Boston.
"Big Baby" Glen Davis has proved that he can hang with the big boys, but his worth will be going back to the bench.
He did an outstanding job stepping in this past playoffs. He will be a good substitution for the Celtics.
Other noteworthy bench figures are Eddie House, Shelden Williams, Tony Williams, and J.R. Giddens.