The dust has settled. Kris Humphries, Marshon Brooks, Gerald Wallace and Keith Bogans are now Boston Celtics. Kris Joseph still isn’t one. With an incredibly crowded roster and a logjam at both the shooting guard and power forward positions, Danny Ainge’s work is far from done. He needs to find new homes for some of the players at these spots, while adding to a center spot that’s lacking tremendously in depth.
He also needs to work his way under the luxury tax, not only to save ownership a few dollars, but keeping themselves out of the repeater tax for future seasons, when they are better equipped to make a championship run.
So where do the moves start? Are Kris Humphries and Gerald Wallace heading out of town sooner than later? What about Rajon Rondo? To break it all down I joined Rich Keefe on 98.5 The Sports Hub earlier this week to dissect all of these questions, Boston’s awkward press conference and much more.
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