Found June 12, 2012 on NESN.com:
The Celtics' season has finally come to an end after a Game 7 loss to the Miami Heat on Saturday. With the defeat comes plenty of questions about The Big Three's future. Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen are free agents, casting some doubt over their future in Boston. Garnett, in particular, was effective this season, but he, Allen and Paul Pierce are all starting to get up there in age. So what does the future hold for the C's? Will the team build around Rajon Rondo minus The Big Three? There's also plenty to talk about when it comes to...
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