With training camp set to start next week, the Boston Celtics have made some recent signings to round out their camp roster. Let us reset things, and take a look at each position to find out who has a realistic chance at making this roster.
Are there any surprises in store that haven’t been revealed yet regarding the 2021-22 Boston Celtics? If there is, it’ll be revealed in the next month as training camp opens for the first time in the Ime Udoka era.
Jayson Tatum is the franchise cornerstone the Boston Celtics have been looking for since their Big-3 era back in the mid-aughts to the early 2010s. The 2x All-Star has taken on a bigger role and put forth more production in each of his first four seasons.
This offseason, the front office for the Boston Celtics made it a point to try and address their biggest weaknesses within the rotation. They went about this by loading up their center position with depth and adding some much-needed scorers for their bench unit.
For the second time in as many years, the Boston Celtics come into their season in possession of a large sum of riches, as they hold the rights to several Traded Player Exceptions, ranging from rather lofty price ranges like $17 million to lower ones that are worth less than $7 million.
This summer, the Boston Celtics have made it clear that they’re willing to make some roster adjustments if it means said moves will help position themselves for a more successful campaign than the one they had last season.
Just when you think you have a clear view on what’s going on in the world of the Boston Celtics, President of Basketball Operations Brad Stevens makes a trade or free agent signing that reshapes the entire image.
Similar to how they did last year, the Boston Celtics head into this season soundly in possession of quite a lucrative Traded Player Exception worth up to $17 million dollars thanks to the sign-and-trade that sent Evan Fournier to the New York Knicks.
Very few players have given more problems to opposing teams than Larry Bird. Larry was one of the most gifted scorers in NBA history and is considered by many as one of the best players to ever don the Boston Celtics jersey.
The Boston Celtics enter the 2021-22 NBA season with a wide spectrum of expectations. Following a season that saw the team bounced from the playoffs in the opening round for the first time since 2016, major changes unfolded in Boston.