Free Agent Frenzy: Boston Edition

July 1st, 2010 by Adam Rizzo Leave a reply »
At midnight on July 1st, the proverbial gun sounded for the teams to court perhaps the greatest free agent class the league has ever seen. Just years after the 2003 NBA Draft, experts and basketball pundits around the world were debating whether we had witnessed a draft class head and shoulders above all others. Now, just seven years later, most of that talent is eligible to alter the balance of the league and select a new home for the next six or seven years.

For the most part, the Boston Celtics will not have a hand in any of the big name players commanding monstrous contracts. Teams have tanked for the past two years while depleting their rosters of as much player salary as possible in order to set up an appointment with LeBron James, while the Celtics have made two title runs in that same time frame.

While teams with tons of cap space have a wish list that consists of names like LeBron, Wade, Bosh, Amar’e and Joe Johnson, the Celtics’ free agent targets are drastically different. Let’s take a look at who Danny Ainge should be targeting

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