Boston Celtics: Which Stars Should C’s Keep Next Season?

June 9th, 2012 by Hunter Konsens Leave a reply »
The Boston Celtics find themselves in quite the dilemma. Fours year after winning the elusive Larry O'Brien Trophy, the organization is facing an abundance of uncertainty heading into the offseason, as the team just fell to the Miami Heat in a 101-88 Game 7 bout. One of these many questions is the respective futures of the stars that comprise their "Big Four."

While the franchise has seen a plethora of playoff success since acquiring Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen in the summer of 2007, the end is, and absolutely should be, near for this legendary quadrumvirate. Throughout this era, the team has had five playoff appearances, two NBA Finals berths and an obtained banner. However, "Father Time" may not let this savvy group of veterans compete at a high level in the competitive Eastern Conference. 

After all, the Celtics were a dismal 15-17 at the All-Star break. Sure, the team rallied under coach Doc Rivers at the end of the season, winning 19 of 26 games to lock up the fourth seed, but their inconsistent play does raise a few pivotal questions. Even though the organization reached the Eastern Conference finals after a tumultuous seven-game series against the ...

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