Chad Finn > Touching all the Bases
With the futures of stars Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett hanging in the balance, Celtics president Danny Ainge faces a handful of variables as the team retools for next season.
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The Celtics' boss has some work to do in the offseason. What should he do? Adam Kaufman has a few ideas.
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