Thursday, December 2 2021

It has been one of the busiest offseasons in recent memory for the Boston Celtics, with the storied franchise having one of the most active summers in the league as new President of Basketball Operations Brad Stevens reshapes the team he coached last season in his image.

And if you have started to lose track of all he has done so far as a Boston fan — or given up entirely — we could hardly blame you. Stevens got to work almost before the dust had settled on the Celtics’ 2021 postseason run when he pulled the trigger on the first big trade of the offseason and has kept a brisk pace since.

To that end, we put together this handy tracker for Boston’s offseason to date:

Source: Yahoo Sports

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