4 centers and 4 point guards, right?

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    4 centers and 4 point guards, right?

    With a NBA roster limit being 15, it is rear to see a team with 4 centers and 4 point guards. Teams usually pile-up more guards and forwards and Celtics have been very cautious of those two positions to get 4 centers (Perkins, S. O'Neal, J. O'Neal, Erden) and 4 point guards (Rondo, Robinson, West, Bradley).

    Looks like even that was not enough:

    Out of 4 centers we have only one playing -Erden -  a rookie with a bad shoulder. 

    Out of 4 point guards we now have only two - Nate and Avery, meanwhile first one is not a natural point guard, but rather an undersized shooting guard and the other one is a rookie. 

    How many more centers and point guards do we have to pile up next season to have insurance from injury? :)

    The fact that loosing so many players on just those two positions has not stopped Celtics from winning is very impressive though.

     
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    Re: 4 centers and 4 point guards, right?

    Most of the injury are predictable if you have a bunch of old players like the Celtics.
    It's not always, some young players gets hurt too like ODEN but count the odd to the old players.
     
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