The Boston Celtics' Secret Weapon

4 Sport BostonCorrespondent IFebruary 26, 2010

BOSTON - FEBRUARY 05:  Kevin Garnett #5 of the Boston Celtics is consoled by teammates on the bench after he is pulled from the game with six fouls in the fourth quarter against the Los Angeles Lakers on February 5, 2009 at TD Banknorth Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The Lakers defeated the Celtics 110-109 in overtime. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this Photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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I know what you are all thinking. You all clicked on a link somewhere with the title “The Celtics’ Secret Weapon” thinking… “Holy crap, this is it… this is the answer I have been looking for”…

Well it is… kinda.

I have one question for the Boston Celtics that could potentially solve everything. It is a question that they are all too familiar with and they have put themselves into the situtation, and I am not talking about Scalabrine’s abs.

Right now, the Celtics have “The Big 3″, arguably the most talented point guard in the game today, an able-bodied center, Uno-Uno, TA, the Tan Man, ‘Quise, Mr. ‘Ball Don’t Lie’, Krypto-Nate, @sheldenwilliams, and some guy named Marcus Landry (who if, according to ESPNBoston’s Chris Forsberg, you google “Marcus Landry wiki,” the first result is his brother’s Wikipedia page… popular dude).

Go ahead and take a minute to count that roster…

No, seriously, count it out.

Ok, it’s 13.

13 men on the current roster. Yes, this is a team that normally doesn’t need a full 15 man roster to keep it going but I think at this stage in the game… they need to.

I recently participated in a chat with Chris Forsberg and had to finally get the question out there: