The Boston Celtics have an astounding array of lineups they can deploy in 2022-23

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The Boston Celtics did not only add depth to their roster by signing veteran forward Danilo Gallinari and trading for Indiana Pacers point guard Malcolm Brogdon; they also opened up a world of possibilities in terms of the way the Celtics can now play with competent players configured in an endless array of lineups designed to counter almost anything an opponent can throw at them next season.

Boston will likely start — barring any major trades — the 2022-23 season with a team that can play big or small, five-out, or a defensive wall, a varied offensive attack, or an emphasis on shooting among many other iterations of the team the Celtics can put on the floor.

To talk about that, the hosts of the CLNS Media “Celtics Lab” podcast hashed out the possibilities, as well as who might get what kind of minutes next season, and whether anyone might be left wanting.

Watch the clip embedded above to see for yourself what the trio has to say about Boston’s minutes distribution and lineup possibilities for the season to come.

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Story originally appeared on Celtics Wire