Assessing the Boston Celtics offseason in difficult times with Jared Dubin

If the Boston Celtics aren’t done with their team-building activities in the 2022 NBA offseason, they’re very likely close. A deal for soon-to-be-bought veteran forward Danilo Gallinari was quickly followed by a trade of a top-12 protected first-round draft pick, two deep rotation players and a trio of garbage-time specialists for Malcolm Brogdon.

Not long after, Boston sent Sam Hauser and veteran big man Luke Kornet up front, and apart from perhaps signing another reserve big man to eat up some regular-season minutes for Al Horford and Robert Williams III, the Celtics could very well arguably finished with his 2022-23 roster.

To that end, we’ve teamed up with FiveThirtyEight’s Jared Dubin to cover all about the Celtics’ off-season assessments and cap off our conversation with a few words on league coverage amid some very contentious times well beyond the game of basketball.

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Join your usual hosts Cameron Tabatabaie, Alex Goldberg and Justin Quinn as we discuss team building in tough times in this episode of the CLNS Media podcast, Celtics Lab.

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