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In a recent article, Bleacher Report concocted a trade in which the Boston Celtics could land their solution at the center position.
Coming into the 2019-20 campaign, it was a well-noted notion that the Boston Celtics should seriously consider bolstering their center talent at some point throughout the campaign.
After losing Al Horford to free agency, Danny Ainge’s solution was to thrust third-year big Daniel Theis into the starting lineup, while having Robert Williams and newly-signed veteran center Enes Kanter as oft utilized backups.
Now, a little over a year since this plan took to the regular season, it’s evident that this perceived weak spot within the rotation still needs some fine-tuning should they wish to finally get over the hump in the Eastern Conference and advance to their first NBA Finals in over a decade.