This, via CSNNE.com's Jessica Camerato, is what the Boston Celtics roster for next season looks like now that the mega-trade sending Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry to the Brooklyn Nets has officially been completed:
Quite the squadron Boston has there. (Image via @JCameratoNBA)
Rajon Rondo's trademark stoneface has never looked more appropriate.
(Nor, to be fair, has Jordan Crawford's Cheshire Cat grin — on a team that appears to be openly trying to sink to the bottom of the NBA's standings and rise to the top of the lottery charts, he might get to take 25 shots a game.)
And in case you're not sure who's who:
Top row, from left: Brandon Bass, Keith Bogans, Avery Bradley, MarShon Brooks, Crawford.
Second row, from left: Jeff Green, Kris Humphries, Colton Iverson, Kris Joseph, Courtney Lee.
Third row, from left: Fab Melo, Kelly Olynyk, Shavlik Randolph, Rondo, Jared Sullinger.
Bottom row, from left: Gerald Wallace, Chris Wilcox.
Gird your loins, Celtics fans. It's going to be a rough one.
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