Let's sign Harangody and put him to work against the Celtics vets as soon as possible in terms of training. I think Harangody is one of those guys that doesn't possess great physical gifts, but is nevertheless one hell of a ball player.
Let's get Avery Bradley into peak condition following surgery and get him playing and partnering up with our All-Star point guard to prep him for things to come. Nate Robinson is already doing well on point guard learning curve. So that would make three weapons at the guard spot.
Let's sign another big-bodied bruiser who's committed to rebounding the ball on both ends of the floor with a certain degree of ferocity. Rebounding, especially offensive rebounding, was a deficit last season, and we need to beef that up. It can't be all Baby Davis's responsibility.
Let's get somebody other than Daniels (and it could be Harangody) to back Pierce up. The guy needs to be a big three who can shoot the ball and be a threat. Daniels isn't that guy. Daniels is the new Tony Allen.
Our guard situation I like:
Rondo, Ray, Robinson, Daniels, Bradley (it would be nice to have another marksman behind Ray and Nate)
Our guard/forward situation I don't think suffices:
Pierce, Baby, Harangody, ?????
Our big situation is not enough with Perk out:
Garnett, O'Neal, . . . . nothing.
You see the gaps, now we have to fill them somehow. This roster is not complete, but this is really what it looks like at the moment, incomplete:
1 Rondo, Nate, Avery
2 Ray, .........
3 Pierce, Daniels, Harangody......
4 Garnett, Baby, Harangody, .......
5 O'Neal, ........
Can somebody please fill in the spaces? We're looking kind of thin and I don't see where Von Wafer works. We need to fill out the roster in a smart way, after all we're the champs in the East and everybody (including Miami) needs to beat us to be anything, right?
P.S. The Heat signing Eddie House was a masterful move on Pat Riley's part. Danny pay attention.