What will the Boston Celtics starting lineup look like in the 2022-23 NBA season? Now that the whole Brooklyn Nets – Kevin Durant kerfuffle is over — at least in the short term — the Celtics will turn their attention entirely to preparing for the season ahead. And while their primary starting unit from the 2021-22 season was among the most dangerous in the league on both ends of the floor, they also ran out of gas late in the 2022 NBA Playoffs.
On top of that, they added two veterans to the mix to help take care of rest in veteran forward Danilo Gallinari and floor general Malcolm Brogdon. Will any of this change how Boston approaches which players are on the court each night for the opening tip?
Esteemed NBA journalist Steve Bulpett and editor Sean Deveney of Heavy got together in a recent video for Heavy Sports to talk all things Celtics next season, and the future of the starting lineup was an issue that they spent some time on.
Take a look at the video embedded above to hear what the duo thinks might happen when it comes to Boston’s starting five in 2022-23.
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