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Pierce doesn’t call the shots, but he does have a preference if his bosses make a move.
“Maybe we can use some more depth at the big spot after losing Sullinger,” Pierce said.
He made it clear, though, that Boston doesn’t necessarily need anyone new to come in.
“I like us where we are at right now,” Pierce said. “I’m like the man from ‘300.’ Let’s go to war with what we’ve got.”
Globe: Paul Pierce: ”We’re not better off without Rondo”
The Celtics are actually averaging a couple more assists per game without Rondo. Their rebounding numbers are un-changed without Sullinger (they grabbed 48 in their first game without him). The Celtics are finding ways to make up for things they’ve lost by adjusting their styles of play.
No Rondo? They’ve got a lot of guard depth and they’re focusing on advanc