The Boston Celtics might be strapped for cash this offseason, but there are still a few big-name free agents they should consider pursuing.
The 2019-20 season has proven to be quite an impressive campaign for the Boston Celtics. After losing “face of the franchise” Kyrie Irving, veteran leader Al Horford and a bevy of other noteworthy commodities in the offseason, prospects were relatively bleak for the shamrocks heading into the new year.
However now, as we head into game three of the Eastern Conference Finals, all the preseason noise proved to be exactly that as Boston finished with the fifth-best record in the NBA, two rostered All-Stars, and are currently in the midst of trying to attain their first Eastern Conference crown since the 2009-10 campaign.
Though they dropped the first two games, the Cs still find themselves very much alive in this best-of-seven series after attaining victory number one this past Saturday.
To say the exhibition was an emotional rollercoaster would be an understatement. Frankly, so too would be the case with deeming this entire E.C.F as such.
Don’t get us wrong; we here at the Houdini are under the impression that the Celtics roster arguably the best core in the entire association. That said, when looking at the rotation there are a few areas that could use for some fine-tuning.
These weak spots can be fixed in any number of ways — NBA Draft, offseason trades, etc.Today, however, we will simply be discussing two big-name free agents who could potentially help tie up some apparent loose ends within the rotation: