With the draft over, the Celtics seemed to have found two legitimate bench pieces for next season and possible starters in the future. But that does not mean there is not still work to be done.
The Celtics have six players who are technically on their roster and own the rights to two more. That means, at minimum, they need to find four more pieces to complete their roster.
The Celtics currently have a starting lineup of Rajon Rondo, Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jermaine O'Neal. That would be simply terrifying if this were 2001, but it's a decade later. The Celtics need some help off the bench for next year and need to get some long-term solutions to help Rondo and Doc Rivers past 2012.
JaJuan Johnson and E'Twaun Moore were nice pieces to start with, but the Celtics still have some loose ends to tie up in free agency and with potential trades.
It's not likely to happen soon with an impending lockout, but here are 12 players the Celtics should move on to make a run at banner 18—and more.