If I Were GM: The Boston Celtics

August 27th, 2010 by Eitan Rosenberg Leave a reply »
In my quest to become a real-life General Manager (or at least work for an NBA team), I will start a series of articles for random teams called 'If I were GM'. 

Some teams will not be a part of this slew of articles, as they have finished the majority of their offseason moves and have a sensible looking roster moving forward.

Others, as you will soon see, have further work that needs to be done.

Some need to find a path and stick to it, create a more sensible roster, attain more cap flexibility, and overall be realistic about where they stand in terms of achieving their current and future goals.

Let's start this series with the Boston Celtics.


Needs: Backup wings that can shoot, defend the perimeter and spell Ray Allen and Paul Pierce for lengthy periods of time.


The Celtics have completed a very challenging offseason quite nicely, and have the majority of their Eastern Conference championship team intact from last year. 

They satisfied their original "extreme need" nicely by signing two very capable veterans, Jermaine and Sha ...

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