Does the Boston Celtics’ roster need a starting point guard to strengthen the team to true contender status? The Celtics’ reliance on a committee of guards in the past has fans used to seeing the team play one kind of way wondering if the addition of Kristaps Porzingis will make the team better or worse — and if having a primary playmaker would benefit the team.
The hosts of the CLNS Media “Celtics Beat” podcast recently explored whether a skilled point guard could help with offensive efficiency after the loss of Marcus Smart and looked to potential trade and free agent targets that the Celtics could pursue to fill the role of lead floor general.
Is the Celtics’ current roster construction sufficient for them to contend for a championship?
Take a look at the clip embedded above to hear their takes on what the next step for Boston ought to be.
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Source: Yahoo Sports