Boston Celtics Poised for a Rebuilding Process?

July 1st, 2011 by Patrick Buscone Leave a reply »
Let's face it, the Big Three's reign is coming to an end. Sure, they have a year or two, maybe even three left, but it is time to start looking into the future. Gone are the days when these three could win a title without other star studded help. In the immediate future, they will need more help to contend for the Larry O'Brien trophy.

But the Celtics not only need to prepare for that, but also for the inevitable retiring of Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen then Paul Pierce soon after. It is not far away, and rebuilding a team is not a quick process. So, this raises the ever important question: are the Celtics ready to rebuild in the near future?

Some people are comparing this upcoming rebuilding process to the rebuilding efforts of the post-Bird Celtics. To say that they are similar is correct to a degree, but also very inaccurate.

Like the post-Bird Celtics the Celtics now will need to replace a Big Three. But the fallacy of the post-Bird Celtics that it is drawing the large inaccuracy and some of the comparisons is that the Celtics were not ready to rebuild after Bird left and that is why the team took a&nb ...

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